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The restaurant's signature dish is inverted crab, so named because of the way it is served. A crab is cut in half, so the two pieces stand vertically in the center of a plate, with the shell sticking up in the air.
Inverted crab is steamed with ginger, scallion and yellow wine, a traditional Chinese wine fermented from rice, which covers the plate bottom. The meat and roe absorb the hot rice wine, giving it a beautiful aroma.