Dined here in late November. Ordered Shanghai Duck which was inedible and had clearly been under heat lamps all day. Mushrooms, which were priced rather high (68 RMB) and both bland and greasy - it was not even worth eating. Braised tofu skin, which while somewhat bland, was at least passable and had enough ginger in it to give some flavor.
Waitstaff were indifferent and inexplicably took away the hot chile oil that was on the table after we ordered. We tried to get it back in order to flavor and salvage the food, but we could barely get anyone over to the table to assist and when we did we received soy sauce rather than the chile. Was not worth making a fuss about since not much could salvage the food.
Place was all style over substance and seemed to cater to groups of laowai expats/travellers. not sure why there are glowing reviews of this place. I guess the interior is nice enough, in that carbon clone nouveau clubby sort of way that as popularized in the early 90s.
I guess go here is you like that sort of thing. Oh, there's a tranny hooker club popular with the expats next to the place, you could go there as well. If you like that sort of thing.
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