Famous upscale Sichuanese restaurant with pre-revolutionary private rooms for group dinners. No menu, RSVP required.
September 19, 2012
10 reviews2 stars: 1
3 stars: 1
4 stars: 2
5 stars: 2
I ate here a few years ago at a dinner organised by a couchsurfer. There were about 15 of us altogether and we were served a lot of dishes. The food here is super high end, exquisitely-presented Chuancai. Every dish was a work of art and the meal was a very memorable experience. I don't remember how much it cost, but somewhere in the region of 2-300 per person, a bit more than we expected due to the cost of that crazy expensive fresh Tsingdao beer that comes in those fancy metal flasks, but all-in-all well worth it, and probably my most memorable meal of my stay in Chengdu so far. Don't expect to leave stuffed though, as dishes are small and delicate. You might want to fill up on Baozi after, lol. Still, it is now easy enough to run up a bill of 200-something per person in pricier western joints like Mandolino, which represents far less of a gostronomic experience in my opinion, so...
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