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  • Lotus Eatery (Dingxi Lu)

    • Address
      1112 Dingxi Lu, near Wuyi Lu
      定西路1112号, 近武夷路
    • Phone
      6034 8168

    Lotus Eatery is a cheap and cheerful restaurant that specializes in some of China's more exotic southwestern food. The focus is primarily Yunnan cuisine, with unique dishes like fried goat's cheese, stir-fried banana blossoms and a lots of different dishes made with... Read more

  • Qian Xiang Ge

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    • Address
      171 Pucheng Lu, near Shangcheng Lu
      浦城路171号, 近商城路
    • Phone
      5887 1717

    Guizhou's spicy and sour cooking in a dressed-up, imperial guise. Popular for the province's signature sour fish soup (suantang yu), a special steamed chicken (daohan ji), and the yellow-tinted "rice tofu" topped with fried soybeans and a pungent chili... Read more

  • GX Cuisine (Shimao Festival City)

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      5/F, Shimao Festival City, 829 Nanjing Dong Lu, near Jiujiang Lu
      南京东路829号, 上海世茂广场5楼, 近九江路
    • Phone
      5309 8588

    Spicy, fragrant Guangxi food and fun, modern decor in the impressive 5th floor food court of the Bailian Shimao mall. The flavors are unique and combine lots of elements: dry heat, sweet sauces, fried bamboo shoots, and bits of seafood. Their signature fish is... Read more

  • Qian Fu

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    • Address
      2/F, 1856 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Wulumuqi Lu
      南京西路1856号, 近乌鲁木齐路
    • Phone
      5150 1397

    Guizhou dive, hidden away on the second floor of an anime/toy mall. The entrance is piled with empty beer boxes, a jumble of stacked chairs, and ancient, dust-covered bottles of refreshments, and the atmosphere is just as unpretentious. Lots of ruddy cheeked kids... Read more