Best Chinese Restaurant

Shu Feng

Many governments follow a One China policy, refusing to recognize — explicitly, at least — Taiwan's independence from mainland China. In the interest of global harmony, might we suggest replacing this with the Shu Feng policy? At this University City spot, you can enjoy excellent renditions of your favorite Chinese dishes, including a wonderfully fiery hot braised pork and the rare hot-and-sour soup that is, in fact, both hot and sour. But Shu Feng also offers a selection of intriguing Taiwanese soups and curries, including roast eel rice. As if that weren't enough of an attempt at bringing about world peace, Shu Feng has Korean dishes as well. Can't we all get along here? At Shu Feng we certainly can — and, at lunch, we can get along for much less and with two tasty crab rangoon (or one egg roll) to boot.

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