This place is for those who are not afraid of experimenting and wish to get to know better a different culture.
If you don't know chinese, you will find the restaurant by the street number.
After a small waiting area, you pass by many little aquariums containing live "creatures" and finally reach a bigger crowded room with lots of round and square tables, with no particular decor, apart the crystal chandeliers.
The menu is translated into a very enigmatic kind of english, that recalls more magic spells than actual dishes, so you will soon start to look at pictures and peek to other people's plates.
We had green beans, spicy prawns (you have to eat them whole, after biting off the head), pork belly, kun pao chicken and were very satisfied. The portions are big. I read that their specialty were also some kind of lamb pancakes, but we were not able to find them in the menu.
Despite of the ban, many guests heavily smoke and this is the only negative aspect, but this can happen often in China.
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