Botanik is a seasonal, mostly plant-based sustainable restaurant in Shanghai. It’s a food discovery experience you don’t want to miss.
Diners often ask for special requests, but these go beyond love messages drawn on food and wedding rings in champagne glasses.
The latest: Asian-Latin fusion, a nightclub, aperitivo cocktail bar, and more. Add to that a few relocations and closures.
Street Chefs food and drink festival is back for round two! Ten chefs from some of the best restaurants in the city will be serving up festival foods.
Popular all-day café EGG’s new menu is all about the breakfast sandwich, from the egg-smothered open-faced variety to their version of the Chinese shaobing.
Three new brunch spots to check out: post-party comfort food, steaks for cheap, and a bright glasshouse for rainy days. Free-flow prices after the jump.
New restaurants: 37 Steakhouse & Bar, Dao Jiang Hu, Da Yi Seafood Hot Pot, Hunter Gatherer Open Kitchen, and Le Xuan.
Gin is having a revival, and has been for the last five years. The three big trends include experiential classes, pink gin, and China’s growing market.
Chef Marino D’Antonio puts his touch on Italian restaurant Frasca at the Middle House. Go here for the pastas, especially the duck ragu.
Nordic eatery Pelikan will soon close. Chef Kasper Pedersen is placing his team into a new concept—BOR Eatery, opening May 2019.