Here, we can taste the most authentic Sichuan cuisine in a luxury restaurant where you may feel like in Chinese ancient palace. I'll order according to the number of people and I would give a priority to specialties. For dinner, it’s also likely for us to catch up traditional Sichuan Bianlian performance or zither performance.
We will meet at Taoyuan Station, Exit C, Line 1, and walk about five minutes to the destination. Here are the specialties that I'll order as follows. I may cut or add some dishes according to the flexible number of people. The menu: 1. Steamed chicken with chili sauce 2. Poach beef with hot chili 3. Crab roe tofu 4. Double cooked pork slices with lobster sauce 5. Fish with Sichuan pickles 6. Fried Chinese cabbage 7. Tangyuan in rice wine 8. Bean jelly 9. Covered bowl teaWine is allowed to drink and can be sold in the restaurant. If you want some alcohol, I recommend Baijiu, traditional Chinese wine.