Warning, fifteen images on this blog post. I know it’s too many for non-thumbnails, but I just have to show you how nice the food looked. All pictures were taken by Latte Girl.
Xin Wang restaurant was only 30 seconds away from the place where I stayed while I was in Shanghai. I passed this place several times before realising that it was a restaurant. At least it wasn’t immediately obvious to me who couldn’t read Chinese characters, who would’ve thunked? I thought it was a garage door-style entrance to a car dealership.
After that, I had to take an escalator downstairs to find the restaurant.
The interior was nicely decorated, I liked it.
Here’s what we had for lunch:
The food were really that damn good, the best I had in China. It was that good that we decided to return for dinner:
If you ever visited Shanghai, I highly recommend you to to visit this restaurant and try out some of their delicious food.
How to get there
Take Line 10 on the Shanghai Metro (map). After exiting the station, you’ll find the intersection of Wujin Road and Sichuan North Road nearby. Xin Wang restaurant is right across the intersection.
And oh, by the way…
I didn’t notice this sign at all until I left the restaurant on the second visit. I guess we were not allowed to take any picture inside the restaurant? Sorry :p.
Most of the food in China were absolutely delicious, they put Melbourne’s Chinatown restaurants to shame. And the best part? The most expensive dish was 40 Chinese Yuan =~ 6.37 Australian Dollars, I could only get 3 mediocre sushi rolls for about the same amount of money in Melbourne. The perk of being a tourist sometime.