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The service at The MEET is friendly and laid-back — traits you’ll notice as soon as you climb the stairs to the recommended Shanghai restaurant. Once inside, a waitress wearing an apron will greet you and whisk you to your table. After the water is poured and drink orders are taken, The MEET’s in-house butcher will make an appearance with his meaty recommendations of the day. If you’d like, you can go over to the meat locker and observe the waiters cutting away at huge sides of beef with hacksaws and fillet knives and see the meat for yourself. On busy evenings, service can be a bit slow and sometimes awkward, but it’s always cheerful. While the staff may periodically reach across your nose to fill a wine glass, they know how to mix a perfect Caesar salad tableside.