The Shanghai Grill was our antidote.
The metal pot of tea and two cups appeared when we sat down. (Don’t they know they won’t sell as much alcohol this way?)
The wonton soup is made with shrimp, fresh vegetables, white meat chicken and four of the most delicate wontons I’ve ever tasted. The waiter ladles it out at the table.
He assembles all four of the moo shu pancakes for us at tableside, spreading them with plum sauce, filling them, and folding them expertly.
The seasonal fresh vegetables in the chicken stir-fry dish are perfectly cooked and include asparagus and tender green beans as well as the usual mix.
We get fortune cookies and almond cookies with the check.
Are there any restaurants like this left in the Baltimore area?