Ye Shanghai in PP3

Posted: April 29, 2015 in dinner, expensive
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Soup Dumplings will be Shanghai’s most famous dish to the world yet Taiwan’s Din Tai Fung beat it to market.  Ye Shanghai does traditional Shanghainese cuisine in a modern setting.  I have had traditional Shanghainese cuisine on multiple occasions and none of which would be comparable to this.  I doubt it’s a bad thing though the price tag does leave one to wonder.

Gelatinous cured meats served cold

Gelatinous cured meats served cold

Nothing special.  Everyone needs to eat meat frozen in jelly.  It’s a delicacy and expensive.

Fresh fish out of the Yangtze river.  It's full of little bones.

Fresh fish out of the Yangtze river. It’s full of little bones.

A Yangtze river fish solely ordered to woo potential clients.  It’s expensive with lots of bones.  Don’t talk while eating unless you want someone to perform the heimlich on you.

stewed beef

stewed beef

The star dish of the night.  Stewed beef with the bone served solely as a plate ornament.

Ye Shanghai is a China restaurant chain with a HK location.  Food is good but expensive.  Look around and pay close attention to the other diners.  It’s expense account food so tread carefully if the company is not footing the bill.

amateur hour, my cork!

amateur hour, my cork!

Don’t bring wine here as they will ruin the cork.

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