四川菜 at Hot Kitchen

I have gone by this place in the east village a million times and I think it's finally time we eat there. The reviews of the food are good! The menu is linked from the Yelp page.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/hot-kitchen-new-york

As usual, we'll keep it all in Mandarin or 四川话, no English allowed. Sounds like it won't be a problem in this place.

Also, it probably won't matter that much, but if anybody else is vegetarian like me, we will order a bunch of veg stuff so there will be plenty to satisfy the herbivores among us.

See you there,
Dan

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  • Diana

    duibuqi. I really wanted to attend tonight. I live way uptown on the west side and it is difficult to get around.

    January 21, 2014

  • Andrew S.

    I'll have to join you all next time, there's a bit of a blizzard over here.

    January 21, 2014

  • Dan

    It's still on. If you're not going to attend, please change your RSVP *now* so people on the waiting list can have a shot.

    1 · January 21, 2014

    • Nie,weiwen

      Sorry, I have to change it.

      January 21, 2014

  • Nie,weiwen

    It's going to heavily snow. Is it still on?

    January 21, 2014

  • Dan

    If anybody who rsvp'd is not going to attend, please update your rsvp today. If you don't show up or if you change your rsvp an hour before the event, I'm seriously kicking you out of the group, it's just inconsiderate to those who are waiting for a spot. I will post another Sichuan meetup soon for those of you who can't make it to this one.

    January 18, 2014

  • Master T.

    Have decide to give up my RSVP for someone else... polar vortex is back on the same day... sigh... Sorry about that...

    January 17, 2014

  • Timothy M.

    是我第一次参加这个meetup - 如果有其他会讲四川话的人我就会很高兴!
    Dan, 我也不吃肉,咱们可以点一些素菜就没问题了。

    1 · December 27, 2013

    • Diana

      Oh my, you speak dialect. I can understand Wu dialect (I think that is what it is called (variants of which are spoken in the Jiangnan region.) I don't speak it though. Picked it up when I was doing anthropological fieldwork. Though Mandarin is so widespread now, being able to understand dialect when communicating with some old folks was useful. They understand but, don't speak Mandarin. So, I would speak to them in Mandarin and they would respond in dialect. Things worked out well.

      January 5, 2014

  • Diana

    Hi, High time I participated in one of your activities. Have gotten your mail for awhile lol. Chinese food will do it. Are you still doing the Chinese movie thing. That sounded excellent.

    January 5, 2014

  • tigre

    I don't think the place is that big, maybe 1 large table for 10 and the rest are for 4 or 6. If it's a busy night, would they allow the group to stay 2 hours? I'll hold off on the rsvp for now.

    December 31, 2013

    • Dan

      Next time I walk by the place I will go in and talk to them about it. I'm sure with advance notice it'll be fine.

      December 31, 2013

    • Dan

      I spoke with the restaurant and we have a reservation for that day. 14 should be no problem. If anybody is not sure that they're going to go, please free up their RSVP for somebody else.

      January 4, 2014

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