Sichuan Village

Sichuan Village, web site, 14005 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Rt. 50, just east of Rt. 28), Chantilly, VA, 703-631-5888, same strip mall as Il Mee. (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [Washingtonian | Don Rockwell | Citysearch]

Update – CLOSED (As of September 2017, IncrediBowl)

This place is from the titans that brought you the old Formosa Café in Crystal City. The new place is much more Szechuan, although they have added many heinous dishes and a heinous buffet for some of their heinous customers. Ignore those downsides. The real Chinese food here is superb. Get the Ants on a Stick, Tofu and Fish Fillet in Very Hot Sauce, Cold Pig’s Maw with Ginger and Garlic, Chengdu Kung Pao Chicken, Braised Beef with Brown Sauce, Tea Smoked Duck, Steamed Pork Bun Han Style, and Dumplings Zhong’s Style. And that is just a start.

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5 Responses to Sichuan Village

  1. Sweet Ginger

    Sweet Ginger, in Danor Plaza, 120B Branch Road SE, near Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA, 703-319-3922 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [WaPo | City Paper | openlist | Gayot] Vienna goes Pan-Asian. Again, note that the Pan-Asian concept…

  2. Jamie says:

    There’s a Full Kee in Wheaton as well. I think it’s better the Chinatown one. I really like the salt and pepper squid in particular.

  3. Frontis Wiggins says:

    Sichuan Village really delivers. I spent 7 years in China and this is one of the few authentic Sichuan places around. Service can be slooww (being near Dulles means there are often busloads of Chinese tourists) but the Dan Dan noodles are handmade and excellent. Avoid the buffet like the plague and go for the sichuan. The Fu Chi Fei Pien (ox heart and tripe) is fantastic if you enjoy spicy dishes of offal. Given the service issues, carry out is sometimes a good option. Top notch Sichuan.

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  5. K. Park says:

    I like this Sichuan Village in Chantilly, VA, and Joe’s noodle house in Rockville, MD.
    Because they have a greate Fu Chi Fei Pien, a cold spicy beef.

    I always order three dish, and Fu Chi Fei Pien sometimes.
    – Crispy Sesame Sichuan Beef ($12.95) Stripped beef cooked until gold brown toss with sesame seed in chef’s special sauce
    – Chicken with Hot Red Pepper ($10.95) Diced tender chicken, sautéed with hot red pepper
    – Vegetable Lo Mein ($7.50)
    – Spicy Beef (Cold) ($6.95) Fu Chi Fei Pien,

    It is enough for 4~6 people at $40.

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