I was excited to find that one of the best rated Szechuan places in the Boston area was near me. The menu is interesting and a little different - and this was my first order. Although I know Potstickers, H&S soup, and Kung Pao Chicken are hardly "authentic" Chinese, I have been using these dishes to compare restaurants from the time before I knew what "authentic" really was. I have traveled extensively and eaten Chinese food around the world and from coast to coast in the U.S. I like spicy, so gravitate towards Szechuan or Cheng-Du dishes. The Pork Pan Fried Dumplings were excellent! balanced flavors, nice texture. But then the H&S soup was not - It had very little flavor. I was intrigued with what I think was shredded pork instead of the normal "matchstick" and the other ingredients were all there, but the soup was neither hot nor sour. I hoped this would improve with the Xinjiang Spicy Noodles (hand pulled) with Sliced Lamb and the Kung Pao Chicken, but the pattern was the same - very little contrast in flavors. The good news is that the food was fresh, not overly salty, and very edible. I will order again and hope that the missing hot peppers or Szechuan peppercorns will have been found. The white rice was perfect.