Located above El Patio, its more well-known Spanish cousin, this eatery serves a selection of tapas dishes from all over the Spanish-speaking world. Grab a seat at one of the low tables on the terrace and enjoy some price-friendly food and wine options.
Managed by American fast food company Yum! Brands, this Bund-side restaurant is the conglomerate's first attempt to tap into the fine dining market in China. Decorated with elements of theater art, the menu of Atto Primo focuses on Italian comfort food like Neapolitan pizza, pasta, along with a selection of seafood and meat.
This third location of Brothers Kebab on Nanquan Bei Lu in Pudong is perfect for a cheap and quick bite, made with high quality halal certified meat, fresh vegetables, freshly baked bread and and house-made sauces.
Authentic Kaiseki. The Chef, cooks and most of the customers are Japanese. Yoshi-san is friend of Oyama (yes, Sushi Oyama) and went to the same cooking school in Japan. A must-try. Dinner is the highlight, but they also do high-quality lunch sets for around RMB 80-100.
Opened by the folks behind naked Retreats, this restaurant on Wuyuan Lu is adorned with natural accents, creating a relaxed and laidback atmosphere. The menu offers fresh takes on European classics, including tender slices sous-vide beef short rib with polenta and charred corn and slow cooked pork belly with white bean mash and sesame orange
In the heart of Shanghai, in the prestigious Concert Hall, Luce is a cozy and fancy place where you can spend a delightful evening tasting the chef's elaborate dishes, directly from the Italian tradition. You will find the environment perfect for hosting your next business dinner, event, birthday party, or simply having a special night with your
A cozy, unpretentious tapas wine bistro that is committed to enjoyment of wine at palatable retail prices, providing professional English speaking wine advices in a friendly "cheers bar" like environment. With original MV of the 70'S n 80's to walk you back to yesterday once more
This Spanish restaurant on the second floor of Shanghai Centre offers various modern and traditional takes on paella. Expect the standard seafood paella but also a special rendition of a Taiwanese luroufan-inspired version with soy-braised pork and eggs.
Backed by the team behind The Camel, this new restaurant on Xikang Lu offers steaks and lobsters with a nice selection of craft beer.
As the end of the year approaches, we start to get ready for various holiday celebrations: Thanksgiving, Christmas,
Spend your holiday trying some of what Shanghai has to offer. Use your time wisely and give our choice restaurants,