On the edge of Liwan Lake, this famous restaurant has a series of teahouse rooms and landscaped gardens interconnected by paths and bridges that have the feel of a Taoist temple. One room is built on a floating houseboat. Signature dishes include scallop pumpkin soup, baked crab legs, and crispy pork belly. The dim sum is highly recommended, as the restaurant is known for its beautiful presentation along with its fresh flavors. Make reservations or expect long lines.
Mar 23, 2007
I was catching the overnight train from, Guangzhou Train St to Changsha, i asked a Taxi driver to take me to a nice restaurant, wow was i in for a surprise, i just wish i had my camera to hand, i have never seen such fantastic settings, wonderful food and served with the hospitality you come to expect from a nice Chinese Retsaurant, i have dined in may places but this is rated among the best. Go there soon , but have your camera.........Chris