Had a very decent meal at LSC. It was a pleasant surprise. There’s a lot of “Americanized” dishes on the menu, but if you stick with more of the Sichuan dishes you’ll be more than satisfied. Some dishes didn’t have the depth of Chengdu Taste and Sichuan Impression, but still quite tasty and on par with what I’ve eaten in some places in Chengdu.
- you live closer,
- don’t want to wait in long lines,
- want to have an ice cold beer or wine, and
- want to watch the game…
Read some complaints that the numbing pepper was not pronounced enough. It was actually very present the night we dined and was well balanced. Service was solid. Sino presence at about half the tables was also surprising. Lots of whole fish being served.
Based upon one meal there, wouldn’t hesitate to return. Now my second favorite Sichuan restaurant where one can enjoy the food with beer & wine (Chuan’s also has a license).