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Fusheng Jiu Guan
    • ADDRESS:
      B1/F, 1398 Yuyuan Lu,
      near Dingxi Lu
      浮生酒馆 愚园路1398号B1楼, 近定西路
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    • METRO:
      5 mins walk from Zhongshan Park
    • HOURS:
      Wed-Mon, 5.30pm-2am
    • CARDS:
      Local cards, WeChat, Alipay accepted
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    • OPENED:
      Unknown. Listed since Aug 2019
    • Editor's Description
      Rustic-looking little Sichuanese restaurant in the basement of that complex across the street from Zhongshan Park. It's decked out to look like a mid-19th century inn.
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    • Fu Sheng Jiu Guan is a great little restaurant and bar serving up Sichuan food in the Mixpace mall in Changning. Found opposite Yuyintang, at first glance it looks like a Japanese izakaya. Enter, though, and you’ll see groups of young people clinking glasses of Asahi but washing down chili-laden Sichuan dishes. It’s a combination of styles I didn’t know I wanted until I wandered in. Could easily imagine this starting as a group dinner and progressing into something far boozier.

      The menu – all handwritten in Chinese – bounces from classics like mapo doufu and spicy, perfect-for-beer skewers to more off-kilter stuff like tofu with fermented chili dipping sauce and pink lotus root with pickled plums (kind of weird, but a pretty refreshing counterpoint to all the heat). The tofu is great if you love spicy, pungent stuff. As are the cold beef slices, mixing tough fat caps with tender morsels and more (different) chili sauce. Mostly everything that we tried was delicious and packed a respectable amount of heat. You should like it spicy if you come here.

      Shout-out to the decoration too; the walls are covered with vintage Chinese ads and other little pieces of cool kitsch. Lots of character. In general, it's a great addition to a neighborhood that already has plenty of stuff going for it. It’s not often that you find regional Chinese cuisine paired with an atmosphere that you’d like to hang out and drink in after. That’s something this place nails.


      Price: RMB 75 – RMB 200 per person

      Summary: Atmospheric restaurant and bar in a Changning basement mall slinging nifty Sichuan food, draft beer and izakaya vibes. Friendly staff, eclectic playlist, lots of chili.

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