This Sichuan restaurant is well hidden on the sixth floor of a central district business building. It’s no secret though, since it received a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2011. This small space has only a handful tables and minimal decor, making it clear that it's all about food, not ambience. Spicy Sichuan fare and Shanghainese specialties fill the menu with items like balsam pears, Sichuan bean curd, fried eel, and stuffed, braised duck. Dim sum, like the zesty “Dan Dan” noodle, is also available.