very shanghai feeling.
this is a small n hidden shanghaiese restaurant, unless my friend showed me, i don't think i will find this place - but the food is really good. there are lots of veggie dishes, not salty and no msg - which is the best! tofu and celery salad with sesame oil, vegetable dumpling, wanton, soup, rice cake, crisy veggie roll, bamboo shoot, you can always ask to make this dish without meat.
stronly recommed to try braised pork, meatball, minced meat served with toasted sesame bread, fried shrimp and tam tam noodles ..
also they are not expensive, only $5.50 for lunch, about $15-20 for dinner ...
Tasty Chinese Food.
This hole-in-the-wall serves up great Chinese food from the Shanghai region, including hard to find dishes. I wouldn't come here for Moo Goo Gai Pan (actually, they don't serve it here), but try the dishes like fried rice cake and lion's head casserole (3 large meatballs in a sweet and savory sauce) which are like what grandma made (if grandma was Shanghainese).