This restaurant is so new it is still brainstorming on an English name. The owner, Silver Ma, told me she didn’t want a banal, direct translation of the two-character Chinese name, “xing fu,” which literally means “happiness.” For those who like the sensation of spicy food that numbs, you’ll find happiness certainly abounds here. This is Sichuan cuisine from the city of Chungking, a rarity in Shanghai. If you go, ask for Silver, who is there nightly. Otherwise, the Chinese-only menu is short and manageable. You really can’t go wrong. My favorite dish was the shrimp with hot peppers.