We pride ourselves to be one of the only top 3 "Wuxi Ribs" restaurants across China. Since 1905, our secret recipe has been passed down through generations, for over 110 years.
4 Piece Steamed Pork Xialongbao
Originated in Wuxi city, it's the city's #1 appetizer. To enjoy the mellow soup inside the bun, first take a very small bite on the skin, then slowly suck the hot and juicy essence.
Smoked Carp Shanghai Style
Bone-in. Shanghai smoked fish inherits a unique cultural flavor. Despite being referred to as "smoked" for over 1000 years, the fish is actually not smoked.
Drunken Chicken Suzhou Style
Bone-in. The chicken is exceptionally tender, thanks for 2 secret ingredients: southern China's unique rice wine and herbs. It's a must-have festival dish.
Steamed Pork Xiaolongbao
Originated in Wuxi City, its the city's # 1st appetizer. To enjoy the mellow soup inside the bun, first take a very small bite on the skin, then slowly suck the hot and juicy essence.
Pan Fried Pork Xiaolongbao
Has been popular in Shanghai for more than 100 years. It's famous for its unique mixture of tasty meat, soup, sesame and scallion.
Noodles and Rice
The story of its legacy dated back to era of Qianlong, the 6th emperor of the Qing Dynasty. During his reign, the Emperor visited a local restaurant, he enjoyed this simple broth with noodles so much that he named it Spring Noodles.
Sliced Braised Beef Noodle Soup
Braised Chopped Pork Ball in Vegetable Soup
Originated back in the Sui Dynasty (600 AD), this soup was created by the Emperor's imperial chief. The soup is tasty, healthy and nutritious.
Famous Assorted Soup
This signature dish is steamed with egg dumplings, Shanghai bacon, stuffed gluten, vegetables and other healthy ingredients from Shanghai.