Head in the Clouds is extremely popular with the local crowd for their all-day brunch. The bistro dinner menu is just as well-executed and affordable.
Here are three cheap Chinese restaurant in Shanghai. Featuring a decade-old cheungfun shop, a new Cantonese barbecue restaurant, and crab roe noodles.
Entertainment dining at its finest. A look inside “The Way of The Dragon”, an excessively extravagant Sichuan-style hotpot restaurant on the Bund.
Sampling the 24 compound flavors of Sichuan cuisine at contemporary Chinese restaurant The Peacock Room in Shanghai. Set menu only for ¥350.
Brunch at Atto Primo is ¥258 for three courses, sharing welcome, and includes unlimited black coffee or tea. Free-flow prosecco is ¥188. Here’s what it looks like.
UP Shanghai has just kicked off their Supper Thursdays, featuring two fat set menus of carb-loaded comfort food and bocktails to start the weekend early.
Here’s a list of 20 new restaurants in Shanghai that have opened in the first half of 2019. From all-day brunch spots to hyped up chains, upscale restaurants, ramen shops, and fast casual haunts.
Napa Wine Bar & Kitchen is a modern European restaurant with the largest wine collection in Shanghai. It’s underrated and hardly gets the amount of press it deserves. Here’s how the degustation menu looks like.
Indian fine dining restaurant The Tandoor serves a largely northern Indian menu with dishes inspired by and from along the Silk Route.
Here are three new restaurants you might have missed. Chuckville slays with BBQ, neighborhood bar Jobu serves Taiwanese bites, and crayfish rolls at ROUROU.