Korean barbecue restaurant Baekjeong, while popular in LA and NYC, is little known to Shanghai’s foodies. Grilled meats and cheap shochu right here.
Singapore’s popular cafe chain PS.Cafe opens in Shanghai’s newly refurbished Xintiandi Plaza. Why the hype? Here’s what you should order.
Shake Shack opens in Shanghai, making it their first mainland China location. Burgers, hot dogs, shakes, and more at this cult-like fast food chain.
Slurping through whip-taut noodles, offal-rich geese soup, and fat dumplings at this local Chinese noodle shop in Shanghai.
Kagen is a widely loved Japanese teppanyaki restaurant in Shanghai that does all-you-can-eat and drink for ¥358. Great for group dinners!
Lion’s contemporary Nanyang cuisine may not be 100% authentic, but it’s certainly helping the development of this lesser known cuisine.