Rujia Ristorante 儒家餐厅
A restaurant owned by Bokok has recently opened in Chinatown, both of which in fact share a very modern and attractive interior style, especially for a type of Italian clientele - which is in fact the majority.
Rujia is a colorful place where you can taste various dishes of more or less traditional Chinese cuisine. The dumplings are many and colorful (the same ones offered by Bokok), there is no shortage of different types of sautéed noodles, bao and many rather well-known second courses.
Overall, I found the dishes to be quite tasteless: the udon noodles sautéed with vegetables (not even a properly Chinese dish) lacked flavor, the Sichuan eggplant wasn't very spicy, and the cumin beef, although the meat was tender, lacked cumin. The okras were enjoyable, as was the fiery bowl of prawns, while the main course I point to as the only one of note is the large beef belly soup with clear noodles and enoki mushrooms. Try it with white rice and vegetable side dishes.
All things considered, Rujia didn't convince me: the environment is welcoming, however the almost exclusively Italian clientele is characterized by several families with very young and noisy children, the prices are a bit high compared to the average for the neighbourhood.