Taiwanese group Kanpai open The Oden, a Japanese restaurant and bar with an intensive sake program and a refined take on the Japanese simmered snack.
Tentekomai is an unpretentious izakaya on Sinan Lu. Their calling card? Tiny gyozas, fried bites, and drinks for real cheap.
Bun Cha Cha is a Vietnamese restaurant in Shanghai that specializes in bun cha, a Vietnamese street food of rice vermicelli, grilled pork, and fish sauce.
Rye & Co’s casual all-day brunch with a Nordic-inspired twist makes mall dining sexy. Brought to you by the people behind The Nest and The Cannery.
Polux is an all-day dining French café/bistro by luminary chef Paul Pairet in Xintiandi, Shanghai, serving eggs, breakfast, brunch, and rustic French fare.
Shopping for rotisserie chicken in Shanghai? DODU does the best ones. Here’s what I usually order at this French rotisserie.
Shanghai-native surgeon turned chef Chris Zhu serves a creative menu of small, sharing plates, marrying Western dishes with a hint of Chinese ingredients.
New York style pizza place Homeslice Shanghai launches the new Spring 2019 pizzas. Carbs, baby. Carbs.
When deciding on where to brunch in Shanghai, The Commune Social makes everyone’s must-do list. Here’s what you should order.
Korean barbecue restaurant Baekjeong, while popular in LA and NYC, is little known to Shanghai’s foodies. Grilled meats and cheap shochu right here.