Sense 8 (or Yu Ba Xian) is a Cantonese restaurant that openly pays tribute to Hong Kong's famous old-school teahouse, Luk Yu. It serves some of Luk Yu's iconic dishes, and although the food is no match for the iconic Hong Kong tea house, if you're looking for an atmospheric meal, it's worth a try. Their Xintiandi branch has an even more extravagant interior, with replicas of antique furniture and decorations from Beijing's Imperial Palace. The restaurant contains a small wine bar, six private rooms with a maximum 12 person capacity. Breakfast runs till 10.30am for around 100rmb per head, while dinner is a bit more pricey, from 300rmb and up. Currently only by reservation.
4/F, 1 Maoming Nan Lu
near Yan'an Zhong Lu
134 7280 9281
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