I have never actually stepped foot in Szechuan Chinese Restaurant, but I've had their food about once a week for a year now. When I first started at my new office someone said, "Hey, we're ordering from the Chinese place, you should have the dinner."
This is the quintessential experience of ordering takeout food at the office. After this week's sucker (usually me, I admit) has gone through the irritation of getting everyone's order, money, and the struggle to force understanding through the crackly phone line, a fairly tasty and occasionally healthy dinner shows up about an hour later.
The price is reasonable, and you get quite a bit of food. The dinner comes with an egg roll, soup, and rice. Like every Chinese restaurant there is quite a variety on their menu. Some things have been good and every now and again I try something that I don't really like.
There is nothing particularly noteworthy about this Chinese restaurant, other than someone once brought a menu into our office and now we like them enough that we're too lazy to find somewhere else to eat.