From Our Editors
Szechuan One's menu includes plenty of traditional Chinese favorites. There's so much moo shu, kung pao, lo mein, and fried rice that it's hard to choose just one dish. But when you factor in the dozens of chef's specialties, many of which are rarer riffs on classic recipes, it becomes nearly impossible to decide. Some are sweet (mango chicken, tangerine shrimp); some are savory (pine nut beef, lamb with scallions); and some sound like full-on culinary experiences (Amazing beef, Seafood Delight). Whatever you choose, be sure to round out your meal with one of the many soups or appetizers, and be sure to chew your food before you swallow it.