Taiwanese import chain Chun Store has taken a serious pass at making a restaurant. It's very purple. On the other side of the wall from its modestly-sized Xujiahui supermarket, there's a surprisingly decent-looking restaurant. The menu stocks a mix of Taiwanese dishes, made with those fresh, pesticide-free and locally grown ingredients. "Safe and healthy for you and your family," according to the very first page on the menu. Doesn't diverge too far from other places with big glossy menus, but the quality's pretty high and the price points are good. The Purple Garlic's probably not worth it if you live more than half an hour away, but if this is your neighborhood, or you really like shopping at Chun, get yourself a peanut smoothie.