Continuing on from the previous post, we ended up going to the restaurant as pictured below. It was within a small community with many restaurants, apartment buildings, and general amenities that was entirely closed off from the main road. It was definitely a lot quieter and the air almost felt fresher just being a bit away from the big roads. Everything was covered in ivy and many people came to this area to take pictures too!
The pictures below shows the view that we got from our dining room up top. Just outside, they were having a jam session but it ended up being overpowered by some rock concert somewhere else in the community.
And finally, the most important part: food. This restaurant is known for its Sichuan food which is basically equivalent to "spicy food" This was one of the most unique restaurants I went to during my time in China just because how they made their standard dishes more unique just through presentation.
|Water-boiled fish with vegetables|
|Shrimp and vegetables stir fry|
|Mashed roots with a blueberry puree|