on March 29, 2005
Not exactly for the faint of heart or light of pocketbook, but definitely worth the price for the experience if you have an adventurous palate. This Chinese restaurant has two menus: one for the casual diner with standard Chinese fare, and one with suggestions for possible dishes with more unusual ingredients. The restaurant has its own apothecary and herbalist on-site who can recommend dishes to cure what ails you. We had crocodile soup, frogs' legs, eel sauteed with peppers, even fried scorpions on toast, along with more standard duck, shrimp, and vegetable dishes. Definitely a destination restaurant for those of you looking for something new to try.
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