Opened by the former Madison kitchen staff, this modern American restaurant in the Former French Concession offers affordable dining options, from a weekday lunch set menu to weekend brunches and dinners. Suitable for casual dinners, dates and brunch.
Monceau is a florist and restaurant combination that offers relatively safe European food served amongst the foliage. The menu, loosely French, has a selection of weightily priced dishes.
Located on Fenyang Lu, lifestyle brand Jing Republic's first F&B concept is more than a restaurant, it's also a cooking school, modern home accessories store, flower shop, coffee shop and bar. Chef Barry Lee, who has previously worked for Jean Georges in NYC, has a global focus on his menu, where he explores the flavors of Southeast Asia, America
Chef Kota Tsubuki returns to Shanghai with a second branch of Kota's Kitchen on Nanjing Xi Lu's Henderson 688. After a series of drama from his previous tenure here, Kota's bringing back the famous Beatles-themed yakitori bar with a range of grilled meat skewers, fresh fish and Japanese-style hot dishes.
This charming bistro offers a unique take on a variety of cuisines, including Japanese and French fusion dishes. Their innovative rendering of classic dishes makes for an enjoyable and refreshing dining experience. The menu offers set dinners and lunches at three different price points, and each set includes five to eight appetizers, mains and
Take It Easy is a cozy restaurant and bar on Yanping Lu serving a mix of Western dishes like burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and pastas, as well as some Hungarian dishes.
Blue Marlin was founded in 1999 with its first branch in the suburban city of Suzhou. Years later the Blue Marlin Empire has grown to be a well-known chain restaurant & bar brand particularly in East China and continues to grow. Each store is conveniently located in central areas of each town and close to residential compounds which ensures that
This fusion restaurant on Nanyang Lu serves Japanese yakitori with wine along with a range of grilled meat and seafood dishes. The interior of the two-story eatery is a mix of classic Japanese style dining room on the main floor juxtaposed against grunge elements in the walls and flooring of the upper level.
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.
Atto Primo is a Bund-side restaurant decorated with elements of theater art that section the space into casual, fine dining, private room and bar areas. The menu focuses on Italian comfort food like wood-fired oven pizzas, pasta, along with a selection of seafood and meat. Chef Gianluca Serafin also includes some dishes that are a little less