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Michelin-starred chef Alvin Leung calls himself the Demon Chef—and his Chinese-fusion cuisine X-treme Chinese. Bund-side Daimon Bistro brings the Kowloon Walled City (Hong Kong) to Shanghai, the interior of the restaurant decked out with purple neon lights, graffitied walls, and, um, a pawnshop at the entrance. Ready your chopsticks for pretty kingfish ceviche, with honey peas, baby pink radishes, avocado cream, and crispy rice fried chicken atop a Hong Kong–style egg waffle. Next, dig into a chili crab xiao long bao—it might just ruin you for all future "plain" soup dumplings. And to drink? Well, Leung doesn’t call himself a demon for nothing. The Mastermind (oolong tea, vodka, and house-made ginseng and goji-berry syrup) is served in dainty teacups and has a delightfully complex herbal taste.