Very nice mandarin fish with noodles, very tasty (pork and crab) meatballs and terrific hot and sour soup. The green beans also were very nice.
Don't bother coming to this restaurant because it was mentioned in some travelers guide or what so ever, environment and ambience is bad, food is so so, perhaps their glorious days were long gone. Me n my husband went to this restaurant for dinner tonight because I was fancied by its fame, however I had the biggest disappointment, food we... More
The first view across a courtyard of this restaurant is a comically grand floodlit façade built into the corner of the building. We opened the menu to find a set of house rules-- no outside alcohol, a list of nuisance charges for a small towel, a preprandial refreshment plate, and plain rice (2, 4, and 3 yuan respectively), and the... More
Well, shanghaiese cuisine is famous for it's strong flavors. This place just does not measure up. The braised fish was overly oily, The smoked duck was lackluster and dry, and the soup dumplings were flat and little soggy. The location and decor suggests traditional Chinese style, but the glaring lights and the gaudy bright color make its feel like a... More
Famous sichuan restaurant near Nanjing west road subway station.Opposite of Isetan Department Store.Service was poor and food taste was not so good and price is high. Maybe only toursits would go. A waitress refused to take order of tea at 9 p.m. I gouss she wanted to go home early.I recommend that you go there and take picture of front... More
Biggest disappointment in Shanghai. Over priced and definitely not worth it. Waaaay past its prime. Spring rolls were the worst I've ever had, in or outside of China. Hairy crab was quite good. Staff was all about standing around, talking and staring at the diners. No one here cares about the customer. Though it was clear I spoke no Chinese,... More
The restaurant is in a building that could be excellent to shoot movies. Close to the bustling West Nanjing road, you will cross a yard to access it. It's a big brick building with an incredible number of rooms. Inside decoration is surprising, from the very Chinese wedding room to a more "romantic" room decorated with a picture of Napoleon... More
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