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Its comfortable, old-school Shanghai environment can sometimes be swept up in the hustle and bustle of its popularity, especially during peak hours. Always packed, reservations are an absolute must, even for weekdays. Sometimes described as a dining rollercoaster, due to the spotty service (from the restaurant being so busy), the food is what keeps people coming back.
Tempting dishes include their house special, Wine-poached “drunken” Pigeon, Chinese “ham sandwich” (Ham cooked in Osmanthus Honey served with bun and crispy bean sheets), Eggplant with Minced meat, Shanghai fried noodles, and Beijing Sheep Meat Hotpot. They also serve cold dishes, which are on the smaller side, as well as set meals for 4, 10, and 12 people.
Expect to spend $100 – 200 for lunch and dinner. Cash only!
Hours: Open daily, 11:30AM-23:30.