Taste of China has a huge menu including all the usual staples, but they specialize in Szechuan cuisine. My first few times there, the incredibly helpful and opinionated waitress helped us choose the fantastic items from the merely good. My favorites include: ginger string beans, scallops and/or crispy shrimp with szechuan flavor (spicy!), mongolian beef, hot and sour soup, szechuan duck pancakes (like mu shu), crispy whole fish. Yum! There is also a wide selection of beer - try the Ommegang.
This isn't a place for General Tso's chicken, though they do serve it. It's a place to broaden your Chinese food horizons.