I have eaten here twice now - originally at the recommendation of a local. It dishes up great Sichuan food at very reasonable prices by Shanghai standards - way better food than other more highly regarded (by expats and foreigners at least) Sichuan restaurants in the area.
But you come here for the food alone, and if you're a non smoker, have to make sure you get a table away from smokers. The restaurant itself, on the 3rd floor of an office building, about 10 minutes from People's Square, doesn't really have much character or atmosphere and is a labyrinth of corridors and rooms with tables in booths across from each other - the waiters and waitresses tend to stand by and watch your every move.
So come here for great food and terrific value, but not for atmosphere or fun. By 8.30pm on a Saturday night the place had almost emptied out.
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