You read right! This is MAGIC pork, people...I stayed at a soul-crushing job months longer than I should have, for the sake of lunchtime proximity to Szechuan Gourmet's Enchanted Pork.
I stand by my decision.
Conjuring porcine magic involves wok-seared leeks, blistered green chilis, and thin strips of fat-ribboned side meat (think bacon), the whole brought together by a goodly dose of red chili oil. Every mouthful is an eye-opening blend of rich, porky heat, best tempered with rice.
At lunch, Enchanted Pork is a screaming deal at $6.95, and if you eat-in, you get respectably vinegary hot-and-sour soup, too. For those unwilling to deal with the lunch mob, SG does old-fashioned delivery AND Seamless Web. The same dish is a little more expensive at night ($11.95), but the portions are bigger, and it's a mere pittance to eat your beast in peace.