This is an old brandname of Suzhou, and got more famous in whole China due to a film in 1980s bears the same name with restaurant, which was taken here. The 1980s marked the very beginning of China's openning up and reformation from planning economy to market economy. The film was about this theme and the whole restaurant was used as the filming location with outside lookings and inside decorations, clothes of servants and their manners. Today, the restaurant still has the decoration which is not changed so much. Eating here you still get a touch of lingering past, adding more interesting experience to your meals.
Their master dishes include The Squirrel Fish (crispy and sweet), Yin Fish Soup, and Dazha Crap (female for Oct and male for Nov). Seats along the winder of second floor are good, for you can see the busy Guanqian Commercial Street downstairs.
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