"Would you like to eat food from Shanghai or Beijing in the evening?"
Is this still correct too? 你晚上想吃上海菜还是北京菜 Earlier in a lesson, I learned that subject goes in front of the sentence, but can be either before or after the time (of day) and place.
Then you are saying "Will you like to eat Shanghai or Beijing food in the evening?". The hanzi 會/会 doesn't seem to fit here.