A humble yet surprisingly spirited restaurant devoted to Portuguese food in Shanghai. Traditional Portuguese dishes, lots of seafood, and free-flow brunch.
ZUP Pizza Bar for Chicago’s tavern-style pizza, yoshoku “Japanese-western” food at Rumor, and brunch at cozy cafe and bar Empty Jar.
The Azul Group has expanded their rolodex of concepts yet again with all-day restaurant Xouk in the 1000 Trees mall. A gorgeous terrace in a casual setting.
The Nest has just launched a new seasonal menu that spotlights mushrooms sourced from Yunnan. Here’s what you should be eating this season.
A list of some best Japanese restaurants in Shanghai that do fantastic omakase menus, ones that I frequent and keep going back for more.
Premier entertainment destination Lounge by Topgolf has just upgraded their menu, adding a whole new host of Pan-Asian dishes to their repertoire.
High-caliber omakase lunch at Ochiyo 1710, Korean food with a contemporary twist at ZARI, and unadulterated Spanish tapas at Pirata.
Flambe is a Viennese restaurant in Xintiandi serving up flame-grilled ribs and sausage, and traditional Austrian dishes like schnitzel and goulash.
New on Yuyuan Lu is Mystique, a sultry, dim-lit restaurant and wine bar serving continental cuisine and curated wines at competitive prices.
MUST Wine & Grill is a French restaurant in Shanghai serving steaks & French classics. They’ve just celebrated their 10-year anniversary! Get 20% off wine.