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$30 for $70 Worth of Asian Cuisine
The menu features entrees such as kung pao chicken ($12) and lobster with peppercorn ($27) as well as new wave Szechuan dishes including cumin-seasoned lamb ($16). Vegetarian options include dry sautéed string beans ($9) and black mushrooms with chinese cabbage ($12).
Shanghai Broadway makes its home in Manhattan's trendy Garment District, where shops teem with colorful fabrics and fashion students sport equally vibrant duds. Fittingly, the restaurant exudes its own brand of smart sophistication with white spherical lights that illuminate dark wood trim and flat-screen TVs. Beneath these glowing orbs, patrons sample the restaurant's new wave Szechuan specialties such as peppery frog and sliced conch meat, which put a creative spin on more traditional Szechuan cuisine. Guided by an emphasis on fresh food, the culinary team cooks every dish to order, sourcing fresh produce and plucking seafood directly from the onsite lobster garden.