In my opinion the best view in Shanghai while having drinks on the rooftop bar. Dinner served expensive but great steaks, as I'm not a wine lover, 2 bottles of erdinger made me a matchable dinner, the chocolate fondant was another joints.
Sensational steaks from Cape Grim, served with red wine sauce which is very flavorful. Started with a aperivito house cocktail and a bottle of Mclaren vale Shiraz to follow. A great dining experience accompanied with professional service and manificient view of Shanghai skyline. Add char to your must-go steakhouse list.
A great venue for Sunday family brunch although the location was very far from downtown, prepare a limousine and pay for a round trip. Discovered the price is reasonable for what they offer, seafood and Asian cuisine stations are great and the kids could find a paradise.
Very happy to see Citron move into the neighborhood. The petite salads (especially the beets) are a great value and delicious. Also really enjoy the spread, although pita bread would be a better pairing than tortilla chips in my opinion. The staff is not completely on-point, as they're clearly still learning. Very friendly though. Love the design of the place but they need to watch the brightness of their fluorescent lighting in early evening - have had some friends complain about it. Overall, looking forward to returning often.
Have been going to Boxing Cat off and on for the past 4+ years. Unfortunately this past visit will be probably be the last. Went on Saturday night with my boyfriend and his elderly father. As expected, the staff refused to budge on "no mushrooms" (boyfriend's father cannot eat mushrooms because of health issues) for the burger because of the "owner's policy". Got a different burger which showed up completely soggy and was, according to my boyfriend and his father, pretty inedible. To add insult to injury, the server forgot to put in my boyfriend's burger order so he had no dinner. Bloody marys took more than 15 minutes to show up. The manager was very nice, but staff training really needs to improve. Honestly, what a joke this dinner was. Ownership has clearly either checked out or gotten completely complacent. Too many other, better options. Will not be returning.
Great place! Current Xu Xhen exhibition really interesting. Great setting and, on sunny days, go have a walk along the river. Only drawback is: not that close from subway station and pretty difficult to find a cab
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