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Spicy & Tasty

Map & Directions 39-07 Prince St.
New York, NY 11354
  • Asian
  • Daily 11am-11pm
  • cash
  • Takeout, Delivery, Private Party, Catering, Wheelchair Accessible, Family Style
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Those who remember the old S&T on the western end of Roosevelt Avenue-where card players often elbowed out diners-will hardly recognize these new premises, filled with brocade furniture and display cases of objets d'art. The food is every bit as good, beginning with the cold plates of eggplant, cucumbers, honeycomb tripe, seaweed, bamboo shoots, and baby eels bathed in fiery oils. More complex in flavor, the main dishes tend to be zapped with combos of green chiles, dried red chiles, chile oil, and Sichuan peppercorns. The not-hot selections are also well worth seeking out: tea-smoked duck and sautéed bitter melon with ground pork, for example.

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  • Cheapism on 04/07/11

    Go here for spicy, tasty & cheap Szechuan fare. Try shrimp w/ pickled turnips & spicy sauce for $10.95 or the Crispy Fried Duck for $12.95.

  • Nora G. on 06/14/10

    must get the bamboo. also, there's a cheap parking lot right across the street.

  • SkeeterNYC on 12/18/10

    Dan dan noodles perfectly spiced and oiled down. A beautiful way to whet your appetite for the rest of the meal.

  • Jason W. on 08/04/13

    Get the scallion fried rice!

  • China Daily USA on 04/13/11

    Cold rice noodles, garlic pork slices and fish with black peas are highly recommended!

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    December 25 dawns and you're totally burned-out. You've endured zillions of grating TV commercials, looked away in disgust from innumerable... More on Spicy & Tasty »

  • Hot Chile Love

    A little over a year ago, I reviewed an unusual Sichuan restaurant aimed at Taiwanese patrons. Spicy & Tasty was located on the outskirts of... More on Spicy & Tasty »

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