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Famous Szechuan Pavilion 

This week, RFT pays a visit to Jeffrey Plaza eatery Famous Szechuan Pavilion where we gets our spice on. Read the review here. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
Jennifer Silverberg
Xin Lin, owner of Famous Szechuan Pavilion, sits for a moment to enjoy a hot-pot lunch
Jennifer Silverberg
Owner Feng Li Chen, Xin Lin's son, prepares ingredients for a hot pot.
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Inside Famous Szechuan Pavilion.
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The chicken-noodle salad.
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A bowl of spicy wonton soup.
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Kong Bao chicken.
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Beef and ox tripe in chile sauce.
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Mild and spicy sauces are prepared for the hot pot.
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A five-gallon tub of hot sauce.
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Xin Lin makes fresh wontons daily at Famous Szechuan Pavilion.
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Spices and sauces are ready to go in the kitchen.
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A hot pot of half mild, half spicy sauce with (from left going clockwise) fishmeat balls, mushroom, beef tripe, fried bean curd, crabmeat stick and black fungus.
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Each hot pot is brought to the table on an individual burner.
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Owner Feng Li Chen, eats the hot pot beef tripe after stewing it in spicy sauce and finishing it with some sesame sauce and garlic.
Jennifer Silverberg
Owner Feng Li Chen, eats the hot pot beef tripe after stewing it in spicy sauce and finishing it with some sesame sauce and garlic.
Jennifer Silverberg
Inside Famous Szechuan Pavilion.
Jennifer Silverberg
Outside Famous Szechuan Pavilion, in U. City's Jeffrey Plaza.
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Jennifer Silverberg
Xin Lin, owner of Famous Szechuan Pavilion, sits for a moment to enjoy a hot-pot lunch
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