Sushi Restaurant, Meishan
With splendid and majestic appearance outside and primitive, simple and elegant in English atmosphere inside, the ground floor of the restaurant is the relaxation and recreation section with a water bar. The whole floor is surrounded by green bamboo trees with the portraits of Suxun, Sushi and Suzhe (the three great father-and-son poets in one family in the North Song Dynasty) hanging on the wall. The first floor is the Banqueting Hall decorated with bridges, pavilions, small bridges over the flowing streams, and terraces. Listening to the clear and melodious tweedle of birds in hall made of black bricks and gray tiles, tourists find themselves in the rural gardens with exquisite scenery and feel they are back the Nature. On the second floor, there are 6 tea rooms and 16 private rooms for having Chinese meals. They are all equipped with sanitary facilities. With Sushi’s prose, poetry and paintings hanging on the walls, every private room’s name is associated with Sushi’s life story and literary works.
No.8, Hangzhou Road, Meishan City