There are still many choices for Chinese restaurants in Frankfurt. This hotel is located next to the Westin Hotel, and you can walk directly into the Shanshan Hotel from the Westin lobby. The environment of the restaurant is still very elegant, the three cups of chicken are all chicken thighs, which is very tasty. The boiled fish is made of Longli fish, and the fish is very tender. We also ordered a small glass of Taiwanese sorghum wine. The proprietress emphasized that it is called Taiwan Moutai, which is quite expensive. The overall evaluation is four stars, mainly because the price is relatively expensive, 40 euros per capita.
It was named a Michelin restaurant in 2016 and 2017. The restaurant is decorated in an antique style with many Chinese elements, including red lanterns, bird cages, and old Shanghai star paintings. The dishes are plentiful and taste right, which should suit our Chinese stomach. It is particularly worth mentioning that the potting is quite expensive, and there is a heater under almost every dish. The treat is very face. The service is so-so, incomparable with stores of the same grade in China.