Cheap-and-cheerful Chinese known for its cheeky decor, Peking Duck served at any hour and abrupt service (in that order).
Huge bowls of udon (thick, wheat noodles) are the speciality here. Go for simple (topped with seaweed or pickled plum), exotic (udon carbonara) or filling (Tsuruton zanmai: topped with fried tofu, tempura and beef).
This takeaway counter deals in Shanghai street food, namely sheng jian bao (pan-fried pork buns; called yaki-shōronpo in Japan). Warning: they're as hot as they are delicious.