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Si Fang Street Restaurant has a beautiful storefront, featuring a traditional Chinese-style building decorated with two rows of red lanterns. They serve exclusively Yunnan dishes, delicacies from Yunnan Province in southwest China.
The dishes served here are authentic and of home-style. For something unique, try their Qi Guo Ji (RMB 68 to RMB 300), or Chicken in Steamed Pot. The dish blends several kinds of wild herbs for flavor along with Chicken and vegetables, and then steamed in a specially designed clay pot to ensure the flavor sinks into the food. Not only is it tasty, but the dish is also very healthy. Ye Shan Jun (RMB 50 to RMB100), or wild mushrooms, is also a favorite. The mushrooms come all the way from mountains in Yunnan!
Complement your meal with Yunnan wines and teas. The pu¡¯er tea, a Yunnan specialty, is especially famous all over China.
Also worth of mention is its interior decorations. The classical tableware and Yunnan ethnic d¨¦cor really gives you a great view while you eat. You can really sense Yunnan¡¯s many local ethnic groups from the displays on the wall.
The restaurant accepts major credit cards, and free internet access is available.
What I appreciate
Interior decoration and reasonable prices
What customers appreciate
Delicious dishes, reasonable prices, great ambiance
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