8021 E 51st St, Tulsa, OK 74145
Sezchuan Express Gourmet
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese
Price Range : Below Average
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
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Today I went by this place to get lunch on my break. I noticed when I got back to class the order was wrong, when I went back, the man was very rude and insisted that's what I ordered. I was at the drive through and told him I wanted my money back if they were not going to correct the order. He refused and I put my food on the drive though counter and said I will never be back. The man at the drive through took my food and threw it at my face in my car. He hit me right in the face. There was food all over my front and back seat and food in my lap. Food and dressing was everywhere. The manager told me the man doesn't like people. I am reporting them to the Better Business Bureau and I have filled assault against this man. I will not be back and I recommend others do not go.
I've been going to this place for years. I used to go to the location at 59th and Lewis because it was right down the street from my parent's small business. If you like vegetables, I know for a fact that they spend hours each morning preparing the vegetables and all of their other ingredients. I have never had such excellent vegetables and meat. They really care about the food they make and it shows. If you want the best, this is where to go. It isn't even expensive. I have to say, though, even if they tacked on another 10 bucks per plate, I would still eat there and I'm in college (a.k.a: very poor). If you like the fried chinese food, it's pretty dang good, but if you like things like beef and broccoli or moo goo gai pan (meat and veggies in sauce) you'll love this place.
04/03/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant really reminded me of my times in Chinatown in L.A. with its helpful cashiers and chefs, its casual, almost Denny's-like atmosphere but without the low-budget quality of a Denny's. The food is much better than one would expect at such a low-key dining option. What's better is that its dirt cheap. There are 20-30 options to choose from with faded pictures on the wall describing each selection. Although some may think the restaurant a little too tacky (with it's cafeteria trays and vinyl booths) it is a great casual dining option, especially for those on a budget.