A private kitchen that whips up impressive Cháozhōu-style seafood dishes. Ask a Mandarin- or Cantonese-speaking friend to call and book at least a day in advance. Also tell them your budget per person. Shark fin is a speciality here; be sure to mention if you don't want it. Eating shark fin is not recommended, as preparing it involves cutting the fin off the shark and then throwing the shark back into the water for it to die a painful and lingering death.
It's in the first lane opposite Shàngshuĭmén Gate Tower (上水门城楼; Shàngshuĭmén Chénglóu). Walk down the lane until you see the stairs.