Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province in central China. If I told you a name of the restaurant, I would be lying. In the centre of Chengdu, opposite the Crowne Plaza, is a building filled only with restaurants. You enter by elevators and each level has a different restaurant each serving different types of cuisine. They are the city's most luxurious restaurants offering the best meals. I ate until I could eat no more, which included shark fin soup, and I didn't spend more than 50 dollars. It has a breathtaking view and the surroundings are very good for a walk after the meal. Note: Sichuan is like China's Mexico. Everything, absolutely everything is excessively spicy. Maybe if you go to a tourist place, you can ask for the food to be less spicy than is usual. But still, you should go prepared to eat quite spicy food if you want to try something other than Starbucks.