Another entry in the Shanghai stampede;this one more Soho than Chinatown with its brick walls and antique posters. The food complements places like Joe's and Shanghai Gourmet by including many unique dishes such as wine-marinated hog tongue in addition to the predictable soup dumplings and mock duck. Be shocked by the pork shoulder;a mountain of meat smothered in brown gravy with a forest of steamed baby bok choy on the perimeter, or enjoy the healthier bean curd skin with fermented cabbage and fresh soybeans, or the knockout Shanghai fried chicken.
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