I went to the Tsinghua branch of the restaurant after trying the other one in Chaowai. This one is only 200 meters away from Chengfu Lu in the heart of Wudaokou, much easier to find than the other branch, and just as excellent! We ordered stir-fried winged beans (清炒四角豆), cauliflower on a hot plate (铁板松花菜), braised eggplant chunks served on a "paper" dish (纸锅茄丁), and Kung Pao monkey-head mushrooms (宫保脆珍). Too bad there weren't any more shaomai 烧麦! The chrysanthemum tea (玉菊活颜茶) was also excellent. A lot of food, for which we paid around 90 RMB (14 USD) each. The place was crowded but cozy (the setting is actually very similar to the Chaowai branch), the staff friendly and efficient. Tianchu Miaoxiang and Suhu are definitely the best options in this area, and possibly in the whole of Beijing. Greatly recommended.