I really enjoyed the shrimp appetizer. It was fantastic. The restaurant was just remodeled and it was beautiful.
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My wife and I heard that Juping Chi reemerged and purchased Shanghai Lil so we went there for dinner and I'm glad we did. The food was outstanding and of the highest quality. We sampled several original dishes including very fresh seafoods and were very...More
Dated looking interior, nice but not extensive menu options, bland food, and an over-the-top manager/bar tender/server who tried too hard to please (if that's even possible). Pot stickers were very good but shredded Peking duck stir fry was light on the duck and heavy on...More
Although not a frequent diner here I always enjoyed my visits, but am not likely to return since my visit last week was so disappointing. First, the new downsized menu no longer offered the items I used to enjoy. Second, the overcooked entree and its...More
There are a handful of Chinese restaurants in Indianapolis which serve authentic Chinese food which is very well prepared, and I'm glad we found this place. The AC was broken when we were there, and it was quite humid, but it wasn't horrible. The food...More
A wonderful find. Extensive but not onerously large menu. The food was so well prepared and tasty - many steps up from your average sit down Chinese fare. I ordered off the manager's specials for the day and was not disappointed. Sapporo on tap was...More
We were seated at a very nice round table that worked well for our group of 8. We were delighted with the multitude of vegetarian options, incluidn mushu. The service was great too.
We had a delicious Christmas Eve meal at Shanghai Lil, and although we had no reservations, the restaurant was quite accomodating for our party of 7. The menu is extensive, however, not as extensive as one typically finds at a Chinese restaurant. The waitstaff is...More
My husband made the reservations for Christmas Day and confirmed with the person who took the reservation that they will be serving "Dim Sum". We were excited to dine there, doing something different for the holidays. When we got seated, we didn't see any dim...More
The dim sum doesn't compare to what you will find in a major city with a china town, but it works as a stand in here in Indy. No carts, just a list to mark on, but the items mostly seemed quite good. A few...More