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This strip-mall eatery focuses on all the Szechuan favorites, from Szechuan green beans to Ma Po Tofu with Szechuan peppercorns, whose fiery menthol leaves a numbness that suggests your mouth was just treated for overuse following strenuous sports activity. Szechuan serves broccoli beef, spicy pork intestine, and everything in between. One of the best things on the menu is the whole Peking duck. It takes about 30 minutes and costs about 30 bucks, but it's perfect for sharing and well worth the wait. Rich meat and crackling skin are wrapped pancakes with hoisin sauce, cucumbers, and scallions, like a Chinese-style burrito.