DescriptionFour private rooms with ornate door handles lay to the side, and realistic oil paintings adorn the wall. Linoleum floors give way to carpeted ones on the way to a private dining room, and as servers pull on ringed handles to part sliding doors, a big round table lays in the center. White plates with gold or red trimmings rest on a crimson table cloth, presented with gold spoons and ivory chopsticks. Here, families celebrate birthdays and anniversaries, and welcome new additions to the fold. It is a private moment; isolated from the chatter of the full-housed restaurant; a social climate that thrives all on its own, fueled with great Shanghainese cuisine.