Our concierge recommended this restaurant, which is frequented by both locals and tourists. It was extremely clean and the ingredients are very fresh.
We had a tasty lunch that included soup, entrée, hot tea, and sliced oranges and fortune cookies - all at very reasonable price! ($21 for two of us).
It appears they may have separate menus for the tourists and the locals, because what the locals were served (in large bowls) looked nothing like what we tourists were eating. Our menu featured Cantonese, Hunan, and Szichuan dishes.
Our food was very good but the service was a bit fast. We had not finished our soup when our entrees arrived.
If you are adventurous, ask to try what the locals eat. I do not even know if that menu is available in English!
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