Address: G-2/F Place 18, 18 Cheong Lok Street, Jordan Tel: 2271 2808 Open: 11am-midnight Cuisine: Shanghainese, Sichuan and Beijing Ambience: The restaurant has three storeys with contemporary decor, mostly in black and white, with a lot of glass. There are also some booths, so you can have a bit of privacy. Price: Reasonable at $200 per person, including tea, appetiser and service charge. Pros: The waiters are friendly and are helpful with advice on the menu. Cons: The restaurant is hidden away in a small street, so locating it might require some orienteering skills. Recommended dishes: Sometimes it doesn't take much to make a great dish - all you need are good ingredients. A good example of this is the simply cooked sauteed Chinese baby spinach ($58). A waitress explained that the species can be found only in Shanghai and is small and especially tender. It doesn't leave that strange, mouth-puckering feeling in your mouth from eating ordinary spinach. The pumpkin pudding ($38, top) was attractively served in a whole pumpkin, which was chilled then sliced. The pudding was subtly flavoured and especially good when eaten with the pumpkin pulp. Even non-pumpkin lovers will like this. What else? The quicksand custard bun ($18 for three, left) used to be a dim sum item unique to Guangzhou's century-old teahouse, Tao Tao Ju, and food lovers would flock there to try it. But now many other places make it. The version here is a little too watery. Sichuan cuisine is also served. The famous hotpot with a super-spicy soup is available.