Walking in the Disney town, there was a strong wind at night, and it was very cold for a moment, so I immediately ran to this Emerald Dreamland restaurant to have a meal. It was really cold at the time, but I gave a place near the door and had a meal. It didn't heat up. I ordered Hainanese chicken rice. The taste was not bad, the dishes were served quickly, the cooking was exquisite and the service was ok.
The price is not cheap, a bowl of white rice is 8 yuan, and I ordered a portion of noodles with fresh mushrooms 78, a little bit of mushrooms, and some chives? ! The key is that it is not cooked...The oil is too heavy, and I can't eat it...Key point: When paying the bill, I found out that I had to pay an additional 7 yuan "service fee"... This feels like eating flies, which service is worth spending My 7 yuan service fee...
If you don't have a ticket, you have to come and go shopping, and bring the young and old here on weekends. I chose this shop that looks nothing. It's Hong Kong style, but it's actually a bit of fusion cuisine, there are all kinds of cuisines. Hainanese chicken rice is good, the chicken is very tender, one serving is not enough! Black truffle jade dumplings, the skin is thin and you can see the traps inside, they are delicious! Golden Pillow Durian Crisp, the durian flavor is so strong and fragrant! It is said that the only private room on the second floor is a great place to watch fireworks. If you want to go, book a table as soon as possible! 20% off trial operation now!
In Disney Town, there is a box that is a great place to watch fireworks, but it is generally not available. You can make an appointment in advance to try Cantonese cuisine. , I like the dim sum here. . The price is not very cheap, but compared to other Disney configurations, this one is still very large
This trip to Shanghai will mainly take the elderly and children along with the "happy trip for young and old", in line with eating wherever you go, clean and sanitary. From the Nanjing East Road subway station, it’s already dinner time, so I hurried to find a place to eat. I just happened to be here, and there are waiters soliciting customers at the entrance of the adjacent restaurant. I really dare not enter! The entrance of this store is clean, the store is not big, but the first floor is full. After pushing the door in, I was told that it was full and I needed to book in advance. What's happening here? ? ? The lady proprietress at the door (I think it was) saw that we were from other places, and she explained a little bit more, saying that his restaurant is a local food, because it is popular every day, so she can only book in advance! The lady boss saw that we were coming from afar, all of which belonged to the elderly and children, so she helped to coordinate, because someone had booked a working day but the meeting was late, so we took the time to sit down and eat first, ha ha! This restaurant has 4 floors, the door is not big, and each floor is not big. We ate on the 2nd floor. There are 3 tables in one room. His dishes are really delicious: we ordered 2 net bamboo stove fish (grilled, with green onions on the top layer, and the child ate one by himself, and there is no way to order another one), three fresh fish gluten, Shepherd's purse, stir-fried sweet potato leaves, and shepherd's purse tofu soup (my family is a big fan of shepherd's purse, so you can't miss her shepherd's purse). The overall taste of his dishes is light, suitable for my family, and the eel is sweet. This trip to Shanghai was really unintentional, but I tasted delicious, inexpensive, authentic and popular Shanghai local dishes!
A bit expensive, a little bit small portion Cantonese restaurant, the taste can only be said to be average, sour soup and fat beef is okay, the location is good, just at the back entrance of the park and close to the theater. The whole can only be said to be average.