This senior member of the Shanghai dining scene is as busy as ever, especially after a facelift in 2017 that added a private room. The dining room is now decorated with paintings and wood carvings, while the floor-to-ceiling window on the second floor still frames the gorgeous city views. As always, it serves authentic Huai Yang food, impeccably made and reasonably priced. Must-tries include shredded tofu in soup and braised pork balls.
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