Top 50 restaurants in China 2011

By Lu Na
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   Long Court Villa

- Dishes: four-stars   - Wine: four-stars   - Environment: five-stars                                 

- Service: four-stars   - Cost performance: four-stars                       

- Per capita consumption: 300 – 1000 yuan (US$47.6 – US$159)

Long Court Villa is a high-end restaurant that specializes in seafood. Most of its seafood comes from Taizhou and the East China Sea, while some expensive items are bought from Australia and South Africa. Unlike other seafood restaurants, it prepares seafood by following traditional recipes that cook food in inexpensive pots. This helps the dish keep its original flavor. Fish Head en Casserole, the restaurant's most famous dish, is slow-boiled until the bones burn. It features an aromatic, soft and crispy flavor.

- Recommended dishes: Fish Head en Casserole, Hand-shredded Bean Curd

- Add: Third Phase of Li Gong Ti, Industry Zone of Suzhou City

- Tel: +86-512-62729999

   Plum Garden

- Dishes: five-stars    - Wine: four-stars    - Environment: four-stars                                

- Service: five-stars    - Cost performance: four-stars                       

- Per capita consumption: 300 – 1000 yuan (US$47.6 – US$159)

Plum Garden has been in business for 28 years, and specializes in serving Huaiyang cuisine. Valuing fresh ingredients, the menu will change to reflect which foods are currently in season. The dishes will also cater to local tastes, such as offering sugar taro seedlings for breakfast during the winter. Although an old restaurant, the diner has changed with the times. People now value eating healthy foods, so the restaurant's chef includes special menu items to create a healthy and delicious eating experience.

- Recommended dishes: Marinated Mushroom, Bean Starch Sheets cooked with Crab Cream, Boiled Salted Duck, Large Meatballs cooked with Crab Cream

- Add: Floor 2, Jinling Hotel, No. 2 Hanzhong Road, Gulou District, Nanjing

- Tel: +86-025-84711888

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