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cha canting, cha's restaurant
Cha's is a faithful recreation of a Hong Kong cha canting, basically a Cantonese diner, from the 1950's, right down to the old-time Hong Kong public lavatory signs, the tiled floor, and the aluminum tables. Food is traditional Reservations are not possible, expect long waits.
a: Novel Place, B1-18, 131 Tianyaoqiao Lu, near Xingeng Lu
t: +86 21 3461 5618
a: 30-4 Sinan Lu, near Huaihai Zhong Lu, Ruwan District
t: +86 6093 2062
french, 8 1/2 otto e mezzo bombana
Umberto Bombana is an oft-dropped name in Hong Kong's food scene and his restaurant 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana is one of only five restaurants with three Michelin stars in that city.
a: Rockbund, Associate Mission Building, 6-7/F, 169 Yuanmingyuang Lu
t: +86 21 6087 2890
french, jean georges
This is the Jean Georges of NYC fame and he brings to Shanghai his internationally acclaimed French cuisine with a slight Asian twist. The restaurant is situated on the fourth floor of Three on the Bund, the interior is lavish and exotic with accents like eel-skin sofas. The food is characteristically French in execution, but with heavy influences from the Far East.
a: Three on the Bund, 4/F, 17 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu
t: +86 21 6321 7733
french, mercato by jean georges
Celebrity chef Jean Georges Vongerichten charts new territory for his dining empire with his first ever Italian concept. Simple pleasures like woodfire oven pizzas, burrata cheese with sea salt or homemade rigatoni with meatballs dominate the menu.
a: Three on the Bund, 6/F, 17 Guangdong Lu
t: +86 21 6321 9922
french, mr. & mrs. bund
A ""Modern French Eatery"" by Shanghai-famous chef Paul Pairet. Mr and Mrs Bund endeavors to be Shanghai's first late night dining restaurant.
a: Bund 18, 6/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu
t: +86 21 6323 9898
fusion, m on the bund
The restaurant with its eclectic mix of European, North African and Australian flavors is still immensely popular among locals and a destination for diners from abroad.
a: Five on the Bund, 7/F, 20 Guangdong Lu
t: +86 21 6350 9988
Oz-Med flavors in sharable portions with a heavy Italian influence. The place also has a cafe that serves pastries, fresh-squeezed juices, and sandwiches.
a: Reel Mall, 1/F, 1601 Nanjing Xi Lu
t: +86 21 3253 0889
Small, family like Italian restaurant,famous for their hand made pizzas and pasta. Their tirimisu is also a must try for those have a sweet tooth.
a: 193 Anfu road (near wulumuqi road), Xuhui district
t: +86 21 3356 2587
japanese, sushi oyama
This intimate sushi bar specializes in omakase for a price. In addition to sublime appetizers and desserts, sushi chef Oyama will choose a selection of the freshest fish (imported from Nagasaki and Tokyo) based on your personal tastes. The quality of the fish and Oyama's attention to details is truly unforgettable.
a: 2/F, 20 Donghu Lu, near Huaihai Lu
t: +86 21 5404 7705
spanish, azul tapas & lounge
Authentic Spanish tapas and delicious sangrias served in a cozy restaurant. Great place for catching up, fine dinning and drinks!
a: Ferguson lane, Wukang Road 378, 8/F, (Rooftop), Xuhui District
t: +86 21 5405 2252
spanish, el efante
Mediterranean with a focus on Spanish and Italian cuisine. With close to 100 different items, the menu is enormous. Highlights include a wide range of imported cheeses and charcuterie, shareable steak and seafood dishes, and a tapas list representing most of the region's culinary touchstones. Another addition is a deli shop selling specialty Spanish food items, cured meats and artisan cheeses.
a: 20 Donghu road, (near huai hai middle road), xu hui district.
t: +86 21 5404 8085
spanish, el willy
el Willy is contemporary Spanish restaurant. All the food is designed to be shared family style and eaten comfortably with chopsticks.
a: South Bund 22, 5/F, 22 Zhongshan Dong Lu
t: +86 21 5404 5757
thai, coconuts paradise
A renovated French-style villa with spacious enclosed garden houses one of Shanghai's most popular Thai eateries.
a: 38 Fumin Lu, near Yan'an Zhong lu
t: +86 21 6248 1998
thai, thai gallery
Authentic thai restaurant located near South Nanjing road, 2 - story restaurant with comfy sofa seating and regular seatings. Dark lighting gives a cozy, relaxing feeling for customers to truly enjoy their dinner. Must try their tom-yum soup and pad-thai.
a: 127-1 Da Tian Rd x Beijing West Road
t: +86 21 62179797
Ultraviolet is an avant garde dining concept by resident molecular madman Paul Pairet. Only 10 diners arrive at Mr & Mrs Bund for an aperitif before they are spirited away to an undisclosed location. What ensues is a degustation in over 20 courses, each one accompanied with unique sights, sounds, and, at times, even scents. Dinner starts at 2000rmb per head. Parties are limited to 10. One seating per night.
a: Undisclosed location. Booking made online only.
Authentic Vietnamese restaurant opened by two French – Vietnamese, wanting to bring their childhood favorites to food lovers in Shanghai.
a: 678 Shannxi Bei Lu - Cross Wuding Road
t: +86 21 6135 0150
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