For Southeast Asian-style Chinese food, I prefer the satay skewers inside. Malaysia is the best one. The meat is large and the coconut juice inside is very good. It is a bit sweet to eat first.
The creative Chinese restaurant in the city center is far from the subway, it is more convenient to take a taxi, and the location is more accurate. The inside is antique and the taste of the sweet meat of Fujian is still good.
The location is in Changkait, which belongs to the city center. It is a very good Chinese restaurant with a lot of cultural features and a great charm. It plays classic old songs. The service is good. I ordered a few dim sums and the taste is okay. Overall recommendation.
With the old Shanghai decoration as the selling point, the menu sells creative Chinese food. I recommend their crab salad. The portion of crab meat is generous. It is mixed with avocado and diced tomatoes, and the emperor blue lettuce (raja ulam) with lemon fragrance is very refreshing and appetizing. The highlight of the specialty wantan noodles is the fried bok choy leaves. The whole egg noodles are mixed with fried seafood mushrooms and minced chicken. The shrimp wrapped in the wantan is very fresh. The stewed sirloin is very attractive. The black-scented five-spice sirloin is simmered so soft and delicious. You can choose to go with rice or lotus leaf wraps. The shredded pickled radish that comes with it is just right to relieve greasiness. The restaurant is decorated in antique style, full of Shanghai style of the 50s. Although the waiters speak English but are very polite, there is a guzheng show after 7:30 in the evening, which is very atmospheric.
This is not only an oriental bar, but also a good lunch option. A buffet is provided at noon. It should be Shanghai cuisine + Cantonese cuisine. I secretly photographed the menu. All kinds of shrimp dumplings, siu mai, noodles, and lemon tea are really delicious! We ate 10 plates back and forth!