Picture This: Fuloon in Malden, MA

I can’t say that I’m as enamored with Fuloon as fellow Serious Eater Kenji López-Alt is, but the food is pretty good. (All of that deep red chili color makes me salivate.) Consider ourselves lucky that we have quality Sichuanese food here in Seattle! Here’s lunch…

I had to try the highly touted ma po tofu. Loved the silky smooth tofu, but wanted the dish a little meatier, and with a little more "ma" from Sichuan peppercorn.

I had to try the highly touted ma po tofu. Loved the silky smooth tofu, but wanted the dish a little meatier, and with a little more “ma” from Sichuan peppercorn.

Along with ma po tofu, dan dan mien is one of my favorite Chinese dishes. I never know whether the order will be dry or soupy. (I can be happy with either.) Good flavors here, though I prefer a slightly bigger (thicker or wider) noodle.

Along with ma po tofu, dan dan mien is one of my favorite Chinese dishes. I never know whether the order will be dry or soupy. (I can be happy with either.) Good flavors here, though I prefer a slightly bigger (thicker or wider) noodle.

This "Szechuan style whole fish" looks spicier than it is.

This “Szechuan style whole fish” looks spicier than it is.

I agree with Kenji that this "Mandarin cabbage with spicy & sour" is a surprise hit. I enjoyed the smoky, slightly spicy hit on the otherwise (to me) staid cabbage, with vinegary sauce countering the spiciness a bit.

I agree with Kenji that this “Mandarin cabbage with spicy & sour” is a surprise hit. I enjoyed the smoky, slightly spicy hit on the otherwise (to me) staid cabbage, with vinegary sauce countering the spiciness.

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