Just a lively restaurant under a big red tent in what looks like a parking lot of a strip mall out in the Minhang hinterlands (tons of good restaurants here). It's filled with red-faced salarymen and groups of rowdy kids hunched over platters of fried chicken and bubbling vats of kimchi soup. It's hot, it's loud, it's lawless, and to be honest the environment probably makes the food taste better than it actually is. You're here to get sloshed more than anything. The best plan of action is ordering one of those giant troughs of Asahi, some fried chicken, a seafood pancake, and the kimchi hotpot with spam, sausages, rice cakes and tofu -- ask them to throw an instant ramen on top of that last one.
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