I've returned to New York after 5 yrs. I've begun exploring and catching up in my neighborhood of Manhattan called the Upper West Side. The best changes are the increase in young people and the barrage of new places to eat both gourmet & inexpensive. The inexpensive restaurants are usually Asian. The first one to stand out ... to be so memorable that I was thinking about the meal the next day is this Legend Sichuan but none of the ones currently listed by TripAdvisor. This one is on W. 72nd St. 1/2 block east of Broadway. Every dish we ordered was memorable. What was unique for me is that every dish had it's own clear seasoning instead of a sameness even in the finest restaurants in major American cities. And it was inexpensive to boot. My bok choy and mushrooms: superb. Their short ribs fell of the bones and the flavor was distinct and oh yes, delicious. A simple dish such as fried rice was memorable.
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