Famous Sichuan
$29 For an Abundant 2 Course Dinner For Two With Drinks (a $67 Value)
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Discover the dynamic flavors of the East just off the Bowery at Famous Sichuan, a New York Magazine mainstay that locals, visitors, and die-hard hotpot fans can't get enough when it comes to finding authentic Chinese Szechuan cuisine in the city.

Grab your $29 pulse (a $67 value) for 2 Course Dinner for Two that includes 1 Starter, 2 Entrees or a shared Hot Pot Combo, and Two Glasses of Red/White Wines and Beers.

The vast menu reflects the rich history of Sichuan cuisine, which is legendary in China for its sophistication and diversity. Between items like Sweet & Sour Spare Ribs, Ma Po Tofo, Braised Beef with Sichuan Chili Sauce, or a Two Flavor Broth Crab Meat Hot Pot, choosing your favorite may prove difficult!

From the exotic dishes and tingly Sichuan spiciness to the universally adored plates of tasty delights, adventurous palates and picky eaters will find balance at this cozy spot serving outstanding traditional fare.

Oh the places your taste buds will go...

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Since restauranteur Johny Yang opened Famous Sichuan in 2007, it has been a locus of authenticity and staying power, holding its own for almost 13 years thanks to consistently proving delicious food, large portions and warm, welcoming staff.

What truly makes Famous so special is the extensive selection of both curious and comforting dishes. Start off with your pick of over 30 appetizers, including Pork Steamed Buns, Shredded Seaweed & Sesame Sauce, and Squid with Wild Pepper Sauce, to name a few.

The next hurdle will be deciding - out of 100+ mains - what intrigues your epicurean fancies the most. It all really depends on your unique tastes: Braised Lamb with Sichuan Chili Sauce, General Tso’s Tofu, and Pepper Steak are winners, while more daring plates of Spicy & Sour Squid or Braised Intestines feed the fearless.

Alternatively, get interactive with a Hot Pot. A pot and stove are placed at the core of your table as you dunk your main ingredient (Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken or Vegetables) and a myriad of goodies including noodles, shrimp, tofu and a host of vegetables into a spicy, mild, or combo broth.

Honest, kind, and a bona fide landmark, a dinner at Famous Sichuan is so much more than just a meal. It's a journey...

All selections will be made from the restaurant's full dinner menu.

Your $29 Dinner For Two (a $67 Value) Includes:

  • 1 Starter (choice of Hot Appetizer, Cold Appetizer or Soup; up to an $13 value).
  • 2 Entrees (choice of Sichuan Delicacies, Meat, Seafood, Chicken, Tofu, Casserole, Hot & Spicy Casserole, Vegetables, Steamed Dish, Rice & Noodles; up to a $20 value each) or 1 Hot Pot Combo for Two (up to a $40 value).
  • 2 Glasses of Red/White Wines and Beers (up to a $7 value each).

Yelpers award Famous Sichuan an impressive 4 stars from 360+ reviews including:

  • "The best restaurant in NYC! The service is awesome and the food is genuine Szechuan style and delicious! Had a great time here. I would recommend anyone in NYC to have a taste here!"

  • "The servers and manager were super warm and welcoming. Some highlights were the dumplings, pork belly and quality meat options for the hotpot. I'm well acquainted with Sichuan dishes and this surely did not disappoint. Overall, the service was fantastic and the food was great. I highly recommend this restaurant if you're looking for a delicious and authentic Chinese meal!"

  • "The spice level on all items was absolutely perfect and I couldn't stop tasting all of the delicious dishes. The meats were juicy and the vegetables were seasoned well. I wish I had asked how they prepared the cucumbers because they were addicting! I highly recommend this place and am looking forward to going back!"

Famous Sichuan's Website | Yelp

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THE FINE PRINT
  • May purchase as many pulses as you like for personal use or for gifting.

  • Multiple vouchers may be combined for larger groups.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservations required.

  • Expires on Friday October 4, 2019.