On Friday, April 24th, the Austen Morris Associates team went out to have a celebration for our first quarterly meeting of the year at Kaiba in Taikang Terrace.
We had a great time eating and drinking at Kaiba. The outdoor porch set a relaxing atmosphere for the social event. Although Kaiba is located in Tianzifang, don't worry about experiencing noisy disruptions because the restaurant and bar is located on the upper level of a building.
The food portions - from pizza to calamari to French fries to chips and salsa - were delicious and more than enough for our party. For drinks, some of us ordered its popular Belgian beers at its bar area. Many of the menu items are set at reasonable prices. Service was friendly. For the best seats on the terrace, we would recommend coming to Kaiba in the afternoon at around 4, before regular work hours end on weekdays.
I tend to agree with the majority of the other reviewers, these cinnamon rolls are great. I really appreciate that you can watch them made in front of you and generally get them popping hot out of the oven.
My favorite part of the experience, however, is being able to choose how much frosting you want on top. As a gluttonous American who was weaned on Cinnabon, I go for the maximum amount of frosting. When I buy for the office I go with limited frosting or no frosting at all as most of my colleagues are Chinese and don’t seem to have much of a taste for it.
Regardless, great addition to the burgeoning dessert specialty shops in Shanghai.
Fred Mover is the sweetiest mover i've ever seen in my life, these packers are so young, but indeed very prfessional and fast, how could the do that? I'm a liitle curious, anyway just a local move case 20 CBM within Shanghai, they did all the these before 2 PM，i mean wow, i love this speed, very recommending if i got a chance.
Packed during lunch time and later I was wondering why.....brushetta's as appetizer ok, 3 pcs. of bread...tast fine though....and then pasta for main course: ham sauce...guess the ham was limited to around 20 gram.....a drink included for 65 rmb....so needed a 2nd lunch 1.5 hour later....verdict: to be avoided, unless you are 'a skinny Chinese love to try Italian food chick...':) This will be your lovely thing !
My friends and I went there for lunch and of course we needed to wait for the orders, but that didnt matter - it was nice to sit in the sun. The sandwiches was very tasty, but a bit oily - and you might consider ordering 2 to get full. The set back came when we both got back to the office and had to spend most of the afternoon in the washroom - we had the duck sandwiches...