Lan Sheng Szechuan Restaurant

60 W. 39th St.
New York, NY 10018
212-575-8899
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  • Sun, Sat 11:30am-10pm, Mon-Fri 11am-10pm
  • Delivery, Takeout
  • Reservations Accepted
Making good use of garlic and tingly sichuan peppercorns, this Michelin-starred Sichuan restaurant in Midtown West hits all the staples of the cuisine: Ma Po Tofu, Dan Dan Noodles, and Camphor Tea Smoked Duck. But the menu also features an extensive selection of offal in chile sauce, and makes good use of such hard-to-find meats as rabbit, frog, and catfish in its entrees. Catering to the Midtown office crowd with daily lunch specials, and to milder palates with a selection of generic Cantonese dishes (General Tso's Chicken, Pork-Fried Rice), while also taking an unusual level of care with its vegetarian dishes (especially good are the salt-and-pepper lotus root and pumpkin sauteed with green chilies. Headed by a chef trained in Chengdu, this unusually versatile restaurant has a friendly, accommodating staff, and it even offers beer and wine to wash everything down. --Diana Clarke

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