We also met up with jie’s university friend while in Shanghai, and she treated us to a feast. No, seriously, a FEAST.
辛香汇. a restaurant so popular, you will have to make reservations at least 6 months in advance, or be prepared to start queuing for lunch at breakfast time.
sis & her friend, bijun who generously treated 4 of us to lunch.
this might be 红油猪耳.. i’m not sure
some tomato soup?
see! so much food left! but it’s the traditional shanghainese culture to provide a table full of food for their guests.
Stuffed from lunch, we walked to 上海新天地.
It was like being on a 1930s Shanghai movie set
the old vs the new (in the background)