Upon entering the dragon adorning the ceiling in a twirl of gold made of 6171 crystal clear and lilac hand-blown glass and bulbs leaves you staring in awe for a few minutes as it could be the envy of any museum! Moo shu lamb is an intriguing dish that should not be missed as the elusive fragrance of spicy garlic cuts the heaviness of lamb in a remarkable way. Other must-try includes the peking duck and the braised eggplant in a chilly yellow bean sauce. Apart from this, there is an extensive range of traditional dim sums though not off the traditional trolley, but with attentive and friendly waiting staff at hand. Desserts are a pleasure from the good old date and banana pancakes to the sophisticated toffee made of dark chocolate or just indulge in some chilled rambutans. All in all, the Sichuan, Cantonese and a few specialities from the xiao long bao from the region of Shanghai are presented with refinement. If privacy is required there are two private dining rooms available.