Steaks, all shapes and sizes, from your everyday cuts to staggering tomahawks, on promotion at some of your favorite restaurants in Shanghai.
Ramen Mitsuyoshi (满吉拉面) is a small shop that does excellent, traditional ramen which just opened not too far from Madang Road metro station. It’s a tiny space, seating diners around a bar counter facing the open kitchen.
UP Shanghai is rolling out a big ol’ barbecue grill onto the terrace for Sunday Cookout, serving up heavy-hitting barbecue every Sunday until the foreseeable future.
On the horizon: A Japanese omakase, a bean-to-bar cafe, and another Shake Shack. Now open: excellent ramen, fine dining Indian, Cantonese roast duck, and more.
Halfway through 2019, here are the four new restaurants in Shanghai worth their salt. Read on to find out which restaurants stand out.
Tabasco, the hot sauce that’s more than just a tableside condiment. Five bartenders create unique cocktails with the spicy sauce in a cocktail competition.
Here’s a big fat undiscriminating list of burger deals in Shanghai. Not just limited to Mondays, all around town, mostly buy-one-get-one (BOGO).
Looking for gourmet wine events that don’t suck? Wine & The City has you covered. This is fine wine over dinner at some of the best restaurants in Shanghai.
A casual dining restaurant that revolves around a seasonal chef-driven menu led by Danish chef Kasper Pedersen. Josper-fired seafoods and meats ahead.
Arch explores the spectrum of distillates in craft cocktails and plays on east-meets-west ingredients. That, and surprisingly good pastas.