It is very good, the service attitude is also good, the price is a bit expensive, but also can taste.
The taste is very good, the environment is also very good, and the service is very warm.
There are many old brands near Nanjing Road. It is a heap to walk around. Lao Zhengxing is also one of them. In addition to stir-fried vegetables, there is also a takeaway department in the store. You can buy snacks. The price of the old brand is still expensive, but you can eat it with confidence and cleanliness.
Nowadays in Shanghai, there are countless restaurants with "Shanghai" elements, but there are not many local restaurants that can cook crabs in the original flavor, and "Lao Zhengxing" (beginning in 1862 is the oldest in Shanghai) One of the restaurants in this gang), is the best in this "rarely seen". "Laozhengxing Restaurant" is the earliest restaurant operating Shanghai local cuisine since Shanghai opened as a port. It was founded in the first year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1862). It has a history of 152 years and is the originator of Shanghai local cuisine. "Lao Zhengxing" was located in the original Dalu Shopping Mall (formerly known as the Buddha Store) in Lane 350, Jiujiang Road, Shanghai. Its founders were brothers Zhu Zhengben and Cai Renxing. The two names were "zheng" and "xing". As the name of the store, call it "Zhengxing Pavilion". Later, because of the good business, some restaurants pretended to put the "Zhengxing" sign, so Zhu and Cai added the word "old" before the word "Zhengxing". Since then, the "Zhengxing Pavilion" has become the "Old Zhengxing Pavilion." Lao Zhengxing’s soy sauces are all compound soy sauces prepared in advance. Special soy sauces prepared from 5 kinds of soy sauces are indeed the industry standard for a hundred years of this.
Come here especially, during the National Day, queue for about 20 minutes. Time-honored state-owned enterprise, first-class environment, and delicious dishes. I ordered three dishes, including Babao spicy sauce and fried eel specialties. Babao spicy sauce is a bit of Shandong cuisine. It includes diced chicken, diced winter bamboo shoots, peeled peanuts, and diced Jinhua ham. The sauce is rich in flavor and is recommended. For state-owned enterprises, the service was slow, and the additional rice was not paid after the checkout.
This is the old Shanghai hotel. Absolutely authentic. The taste is the taste of old Shanghai. Sweet but not greasy. Especially delicious. Menu and cooked food. Especially their specialty. A must-see place to Shanghai. Recommended.
Lao Zhengxing is a century-old restaurant in Shanghai. I have taken us to eat from my grandfather and grandmother. I know a few dishes and memorize them all. When I went to school in the UK, I would eat fried shrimp and smoked fish every time I returned to China. Over the years, this restaurant has been rated as one-Michelin-star restaurant, with more than 100 per capita, which is really cheap