Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of food for two or more
- $26 for $50 worth of food for four or more
The demurely lit, crimson-accented dining room at Lao Shanghai is both serene and modern. It's fitting for a place that serves classic and updated Chinese fare, which spans numerous regions and incorporates proteins from land and sea. An entire section of the menu is dedicated to Shanghai-style noodle soups, which come brimming with combinations such as green pepper and pork, smoked fish, and beef and oyster sauce. Other specialties include plum-flavored spare ribs and smoked tea duck, which is marinated in five spices, slow-smoked over tea leaves, and then fried to a crispy finish.