Time to put on your eating pants! World-famous The Cheesecake Factory is opening in downtown Shanghai at HKRI Taikoo Hui on April 13.
Fifty 8° Grill at the Mandarin Oriental Shanghai does a free-flow brunch for ¥788—champagne, seafood, eggs, mains & dessert. And it’s dog-friendly, too!
From the group behind Atelier and Taste Buds comes Atelier Izakaya, a Japanese restaurant serving yakitori and drinks in a lively, chic space in Jing’an.
The Dining Room (Yue Xuan 悦轩) is a Chinese restaurant specializing in Jiangnan cuisine at Park Hyatt Shanghai. This is what modern Chinese food looks like.
A second location of BANDIT has just opened on Julu Lu. It looks like it’ll be this season’s popular destination for sun-worshipers and terrace hunters.
Bubba’s is one of the older names in the city. Often imitated but never surpassed, it’s the go-to spot for good ol’ Texan barbecue in Shanghai.
From the tail end of 2020, here are some new restaurants in Shanghai. Chihuahua for Mexican food, Hundo for yakitori & yakiniku, and wine bistro Mavis.
Elixir Health Pot is a Taiwanese hotpot chain in Shanghai that specializes in healthy broths. Plus you get unlimited “tofu bread” and duck blood with every order.
The Curry Gaeng is a casual restaurant in Shanghai specializing in regional Thai curries. You won’t find a better Thai eatery for fiery, fragrant curries.
Blaz Canteen & Wine Bar is a French bistro in Shanghai. The atmosphere is amazing, but the food is hit or miss. Better suited for wine drinking.