Top 50 restaurants in China 2011

By Lu Na
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   Shang Palace

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

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

- Per capita consumption: 500 yuan (US$79.3)

The Shang Palace is a high-end Chinese restaurant located in the Shangri-la Hotel, and features an interior inspired by ancient Chinese grandeur. The restaurant offers authentic Cantonese cuisine at its finest. For example, Braised Shrimp Balls with Pickled Peppers uses the freshest shrimp from Dalian, which tastes spicy and fragrant. This is an ideal place for business banquets.

- Recommended dishes: Braised Shrimp Balls with Pickled Peppers, Sautéed scallops with Pine Nuts

- Add: 1st floor of Shangri-la Hotel, No.9 Binjiang Dong Road, Chengdu City

- Tel: +86-28-84097333

   Oriental Legend Restaurant (Scientific Town Branch)

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

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

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

The restaurant, located in what is known as the "last pure land in Guangzhou," is famous for its unparalleled environment and atmosphere. Sitting amidst seemingly countless trees, the fresh air is as much a featured item as its selection of great dishes. For its specialty food, the chef boasts 15 ways to make dried fish maw: stewed, fried and served cold and dressed with sauce. During the fall of 2011, the chef invented a new dish, Braised Dried Fish Maw with Crab Meat and Shaddock Skin, which became very popular due to its multitude of flavor.

- Recommended dishes: Braised Dried Fish Maw with Crab Meat and Shaddock Skin, Colded Long-legged Crabs

- Add: No.1, Lanyue Road, Scientific Town, Luogang District, Guangzhou City

- Tel: +86-20-61022888-8988

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