Newly opened grill restaurant Bhacus is now serving brunch! On the menu are classics of Benedicts and steak & eggs, as well as Latin-inspired dishes to share. Two hours of free-flow for ¥250.

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The Space

Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.

Bhacus is the latest from the Azul Group, a wood-fired grill restaurant located in The Weave, a newly minted F&B hub on Wuxing Lu in Xuhui.

Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.

It boasts a gorgeous wrap-around terrace that’s packed with seating to maximize al fresco dining. As for inside, it’s a spacious dining room that’s great for groups, and they have multiple private rooms that are well-suited for celebrations and special occasions.

Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.

Brunch Classics & Latin Flair

The Azul Group takes pride in offering good value for money, and the Bhacus brunch is no exception.

Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.

Dishes start at ¥58, and heartier plates like the Steak & Eggs, which features a 200g grilled skirt steak, is only ¥148.

The a la carte brunch menu is pretty straightforward. Dishes feature brunch classics of eggs Benedict and loaded breakfast plates, as well as comforting Latin-influenced dishes like the josper chicken and papa rellena, fried stuffed potatoes.

Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Green Gazpacho (¥58) – A light and refreshing soup with tomato salad, pickled anchovies, and fried bread.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Papa Rellena (¥68) – Mashed potato stuffed with beef picadillo, diced stewed beef, breaded and fried, served with onion salsa and piquillo sauce. A sizeable starter, good for two to share.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Prawn Cannelloni (¥68) – Cannelloni pasta cooked al dente and stuffed with diced prawn, kalamata olives, and tomato confit, doused with hollandaise. It’s delicious, and one of the more refined dishes on the brunch menu, though, not suitable for sharing.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Tuna Tostada (¥78) – Tuna tartare tossed with avocado, corn, tomato, and cucumber, served atop crispy, brittle filo pastry.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Bhacus Breakfast Plate (¥88) – Nothing beats a loaded breakfast plate. Herbed sausage, bacon, sunny side up eggs, a comforting puy lentil stew, vegetables, and toasted sourdough.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Smoked Salmon Benedict (¥98) – The brunch requisite. Eggs benny with smoked salmon, spinach and hollandaise, served on housemade flatbread.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Moroccan Breakfast (¥128) – This would be my go-to. It’s a hearty dish of tomato-cumin sauce with diced lamb saddle, tender chickpeas, spinach, eggs, and spicy lamb merguez sausage. Served with flatbread.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Bhacus Burger (¥128) – It’s a big double stack made with two smashed patties, cheddar cheese, smoked bacon, caramelized shallots, chipotle aioli, and tomato on brioche buns. Served with fries.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Chicken Josper (¥98) – A half chicken grilled in the josper, served with tomato salsa, yellow chili sauce, potatoes, and quail eggs.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Salmon Chorrillana (¥158) – Grilled salmon fillet served atop a quinoa stew with tomato compote. Mildly spiced and very comforting. Highly recommend.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
They also have Cobb Salads. The base of lettuce, hard-boiled eggs, barley, avocado, mango, snow peas, and tomatoes can be topped with grilled Portobello mushrooms (¥88), steak (¥128), or salmon (¥158). Served with a bright, citrus vinaigrette.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
The Sandwich (¥88) – A favorite from the dinner menu, also available during brunch. Cacao macaroni cake with muscatel ice cream and caramel sauce. It’s a light dessert with a lot of texture.
Bhacus grill restaurant for brunch in Shanghai. Photo by Rachel Gouk @ Nomfluence.
Coconut-Orange Blossom (¥78) – A lightly zesty coconut parfait with lemon foam, mojito jelly, and orange blossom ice cream.

As for drinks, the free-flow is ¥250 for two hours of prosecco and selected draft beer. Add ¥100 for an additional hour of free-flow.

They also have cocktails, serving house signatures and classics from ¥78. Wines by the bottle start from ¥288.

Nomfluence Readers Deals

The deal below is valid from now until December 18, 2022 for Nomfluence readers when you book via the link below!

  • Get 10% off your food bill. Valid during brunch only.

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Bhacus Wine & Wood Grill
Address: 2/F, Bldg 3, 277 Wuxing Lu, near Jianguo Xi Lu 吴兴路277号3号楼2层, 近建国西路
Tel: 66288882
Brunch: Sat & Sun, 11am-3pm