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When you dine at Tang Court, you will receive a special gift from the chefs. A complimentary fruit plate arrives at the end of the meal — a tradition at many Chinese restaurants. At the average eatery, you’ll find just watermelon on the plate; it’s one of the most popular fruits in China and it acts as a refreshing palate-cleanser. But the Shanghai restaurant elevates the fruit plate both in presentation and selection. Here, the gratis plate includes a variety of seasonal fruits, such as kiwi, grapes and several types of melon, all beautifully sliced and served on top of a bowl of crushed ice.