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By: MichelleE -

Shanghainese staple Ye Shanghai gets a new look. We head to Xintiandi to check it out.
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By: Rachel Gouk -

Five Star Shanghainese Noodles is a spin-off from the Five Star brand that made a name in Shanghai for its Hainan chicken rice and kopitiam...
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By: Costb -

First Seen On Shanghai Expat   Introduced by a Yunnan farmer in the late 1900s, crayfish have become a scourge throughout China, ravaging rice crops...
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By: Cityweekend -

Here are five hole-in-the-wall Shanghai restaurants for your foodie bucket-list.  Jingang Yinshi Dian  金刚饮食店   Shanghainese noodle...
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By: Costb -

Farmer-turned-restaurateur Xue Shengnian opened A Shan in the 1980s—back when Hongqiao was basically a giant field. Since then, the standard gaggle...
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By: Costb -

Dianshi Zhai Small Feast is the Asphodel Fields of Shanghai cuisine: everyone agrees it’s solid, but no one puts it in their top ten restaurants,...
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By: Costb -

Shanghai hasn’t been graced with Denny’s or a similar American late-night breakfast spot, but it’s done you one better: Mi Dao Zan, a grubby...
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By: Miss_ng_in_action -

Eileen, which is named after writer Zhang Ailing, puts the “modern” in the term modern Shanghainese. The decor mashes the Art Deco influence of...
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By: Costb -

The Shanghai homestyle hole-in-the-wall is an endangered species in a city where the norm has become glitzy palaces offering "cook-by-numbers"...
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