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Lynn offers consistently good, cleverly presented dishes in plush but unfussy surroundings. The lunch dim-sum menu offers a range of delicate dumplings, while for dinner there are more traditional Shanghainese dishes such as eggplant with minced pork in a garlic and chilli sauce. More adventurous standouts include the sautéed chicken with sesame pockets and deep-fried spare ribs with honey and garlic.
Weekends feature ¥98 all-you-can-eat dim sum for brunch from 11.30am to 2pm. Reserve.