Latin American restaurant Colca brings Peruvian flair to Shanghai’s brunch scene with a menu of breakfast plates, ceviche, and unforgettable desserts.
Liu Tang Men is a mainstay for Sichuan noodles in Shanghai. Here are four noodles you can’t miss.
From time-tested, hole-in-the-wall institutions to hip mainstays, here are my favorite local Chinese restaurants for noodles in Shanghai.
Hulu Sushi is an intimate six-seater Japanese restaurant in Shanghai serving a mostly nigiri-based omakase meal. Sushi porn ahead.
Luminary chef/founder Paul Pairet of Ultraviolet, World’s 50 Best Restaurants No. 24 and Mr & Mrs Bund to open Polux, a Parisian-inspired cafe in Xintiandi, Shanghai.
Heavy hitting American restaurant Diner opens its third location in Shanghai near Xintiandi. Sandwiches galore, foie gras sauced French toasts, and a seasonal pumpkin soup bread bowl awaits.
Mercado 505 is a deli, grocer, restaurant, and bar in Shanghai serving a Spanish-inclined menu that dazzles with quality seafood and meats. It’s a destination for a self-indulgent meal.
Fluffy, pliable naans and bowls of thick, flavorful curries at this affordable Indian restaurant in Shanghai.
Toasted bread stacked with all manner of glorious things — who doesn’t love that? From grilled cheeses to bagel sandwiches, here are my favorite places for sandwiches in Shanghai.
Read on for the full list of Michelin starred restaurants in Shanghai. Plus, exclusive photos from the event, featuring Ultraviolet, Taian Table, PHENIX, and more.