This gourmet Chinese restaurant, located in the Peninsula hotel, successfully evokes the styles and flavors of 1930’s Shanghai. Inside, sleek black furnishings, light hardwood floors, and expansive windows are accented by bold red linens and Asian-inspired artwork. During warmer months, however, patrons often prefer to dine on the fourth-floor terrace, adorned with flower-laden trellises and canopied couches offering views of the John Hancock Center. After sipping unique handmade cocktails, diners savor traditional dim sum dishes or signature entrées like the Peking duck and pork spare ribs. Complimentary banana- and coconut-infused chocolates add a sweet finish.