Serene and popular vegetarian option in a lane house on Xinhua Lu with a great hidden rooftop patio. The handwritten menu is full of inventive, seasonal dishes, and the food is thoughtful and full of flavor. You won't find mock meat in brown sauce or unidentifiable molecular spheres here. Recommendations include the baked scalloped potato (烤土豆), which looks innocent enough when it arrives sliced in a little metal tin, but under that golden caramelized top it's pure buttery crack; and the "dragon eye beans" stir fried in preserved olive leaves served with 窝窝头, those fluffy little concave baos made of cornmeal, like the Tostitos Scoops of Chinese food. Expect to pay around 100rmb per person.