A permanent pop-up restaurant located inside Lung Shan Restaurant, the décor here is old school Chinese complete with a paper dragon hanging from the ceiling and silk flowers at each table. The chef/owner, a Korean raised in Oklahoma, claims not to know how to cook Chinese food. A sampling of dishes include kung pao pastrami with chili, celery, potatoes and roasted peanut as well as gai-lan (Chinese broccoli) with beef cheeks, poached oyster and smoked oyster sauce. Suddenly the dishes make sense—adding or replacing favorite ingredients in your favorite Chinese dish. Diners may leave smelling like the restaurant, so dress casually.