Su Zhe Hui
This branch of one of the more highly regarded and popular Shanghai chain restaurants offers diners its signature local dishes. It is a combination of Suzhou and Zhejiang styles. You can't go wrong with much of the menu: tea-smoked duck, wine-preserved green crab, and mizhi huofang (pork and taro in candied sauce) are all house specialties that live up to their renown; the noodles with scallions and small shrimp are some of the most delicious in town; and qicai dongsun (fresh winter shoots with local greens) is something you're unlikely to get back home. Besides, service is highly efficient.