Who could resist a restaurant called Sweet Yummy House? If you're a kid, that is. For me, the name conjures up gingerbread dwellings deep in the woods made by witches. Step inside, and you're the entrée. But Sweet Yummy doesn't try to lure you with desserts—in fact, it doesn't have any. Rather, it's one of the city's newer Sichuan restaurants, which have been multiplying lately in neighborhoods like Flushing, Midtown, and the Upper East Side. This one lies halfway out to Flushing along a bucolic stretch of Broadway, just south of the weed-choked LIRR overpass—Elmhurst's version of the... More >>>