This isn't a big restaurant; some might call it exclusive (the bill at the end of the meal proves this out). The baoxiang we got was nice big room but with a table for four. All of the private rooms are posh, with closets to hang the coats and, the best part, even posher private toilets. You can really spend here, so be alert when ordering. The picture of the Deep-fried Boneless Chicken Wings Stuffed with Glutinous Rice was beautiful, but they were 50 kuai a wing and really not as good as all that. We did, however, absolutely love the Shanghai-style Smoked Fish, sweet, tender, and meaty. The best we've ever had. We also got Spicy and Sour Soup to warm us up. It did the job. For the end of the meal, you've got to save room for some dim sum. This is a Cantonese restaurant after all. The service here is fantastic, making this a great place to impress the clients. They may or may not appreciate this bit of info though: the night market is right outside the door. A good place to pick up some cheap souvenirs. English and Picture menu available.