Speaking at the ceremony for the Michelin Guide for Shanghai 2017, Jian said he “never dreamed” of winning such an accolade.
Today's announcement adds to a growing trend for Michelin to look further afield for restaurants: in their 2017 guide for Singapore the company awarded the first ever Michelin star to a street food stall.
The restaurant doesn’t have a website and, apart from today’s news, there’s little available in English about the dining experience but we have found a great collection of pictures shared on two Chinese sites, Dianping (Chinese Trip Advisor) and Weibo (Chinese Twitter). Below you can see a selection of dishes.
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