My dad and I were staying at the nearby Holiday Inn, and were lucky that the hotel staff pointed this place out just across the street. We almost had the entire place to ourselves (it was a weekday evening), and weren't sure what to think of it, worrying that the place would be style over substance. Turns out we had nothing to worry about - the food was absolutely fantastic! The menu is a showcase of the best of "Huaiyang" region food, whose specialty is knife / cutting skills. For example, tofu skin cut up in thin strips, served in broth is a signature Huaiyang dish that's done especially well at YuLing Long. Some seafood dishes and others featuring rare ingredients can be quite expensive, but most items are reasonably priced.