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Jade Garden is a Hong Kong-based Cantonese concept under the umbrella of the Maxim's Group. This marks the Cantonese restaurants first crack at the Shanghai market. The menu features an array of elegant and contemporary Cantonese cuisine like double boiled fish maw and cordyceps soup in a teapot, crispy braised brisket, and chicken legs stuffed with glutinous rice. Yum cha is also an essential feature, with loads of standards like turnip cakes and egg tarts as well as more creative endeavors like deep-fried crab claws stuffed with shrimp paste.
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a: 4/F, Jing'an Kerry Center, 1238 Yan'an Zhong Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai (Near Changde Road)
t: +86 21 5243 8088

a: 6/F, Grand Gateway Mall, 1 Hongqiao Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6443 8088
Ding Te Le is a humble little noodle and congee shop tucked snugly in an alley off of bustling Huaihai Road. A popular place among locals, the menu here features a wide variety of noodles and congees in homemade slow-cooked stocks. Their deep-fried pork chop and their yellow croaker noodles come highly recommended.
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a: Lane 22, 494 Huaihai Zhong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai (Near Yandang Road)
t: +86 21 5103 6275
Chongqing Gao Lao Jiu is praised for its value for money-big portions, lots of variety, and pretty good quality, too. They offer that buffet that offers condiments like crushed garlic and sesame. They're also generous with all kinds of promo freebies and discounts or giveaways. The downside: it's popular, so service can be slow.
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a: 5/F, 500 Jingling Dong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai (Near Xizang Zhong Road)
t: +86 21 6333 9779

a: 3/F, 386 Tianyaoqiao Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 3356 6011

a: 2/F, Huasheng Plaza, 399 Jiujiang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6330 9993

a: 2/F, 1 Wanhangdu Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6218 7157

a: 2/F, 550 Xujiahui Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 6418 1596
Traditional Muslim cuisine with authentic hand-pulled noodle with beef and lamb shashlik. Many people are attracted and come all the way. Taste and you'll find every thing...
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a: 2212 Zhongshan Bei Road, Putuo District, Shanghai (Near Zhenping Road)
t: +86 21 5290 4792

a: 436 Changning Road, Changning District, Shanghai (Near Jiangsu Road)
t: +86 21 6034 3618
Bao Luo or Paul (it's English nickname you won't see this on the sign) is always packed with locals and expatriates. Value for money here is its biggest selling point. It's a good place to start in China if you're looking for an authentic restaurant in its food and atmosphere.
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a: 271 Fumin Road, Xihui District, Shanghai (Near Changle Road)
t: +86 21 5403 7239
Local restaurant specialising in hairy crabs. Expect it to be busy during the hairy crab season.
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a: 5/F, 555 Jiujiang Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai (Near Fujian Road)
t: +86 21 5396 5000
The Chinese take breakfast very seriously. Dim sum, congee, lamb soup and noodles are all popular choices depending on which region you're in. Taiwanese tradition takes a cue from the Shanghainese staples of soymilk (doujiang), crullers (youtiao) and shaobing with savory ingredients. You'll find all of these at Taoyuan Village, a new restaurant trending on the Chinese blogosphere in recent weeks.
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a: 405 Taizhou Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai (Near Yuyao Road)
t: +86 21 6277 7917

a: 1/F, 150 Hubin Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai (Near Jinan Road)
t: +86 21 5353 0620

a: 1/F, SML Center, 618 Xujiahui Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
That is Ding Xin Di-the Shanghainese pronunciation of dianxin dian, or dim sum shop-a testing bed for a planned citywide chain. Owner Yu Junyang and chef Gui Jianmin go way back, to when they both worked at the State Guest House in Hongqiao during the 1980s. Ding Xin Di sampled the top 20 xiao long bao places-as listed on
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a: B1/F, Zhaofeng Plaza, 999 Changning Road, Changning District, Shanghai (Near Huichuan Road)
t: +86 138 1806 5119
This store in Hongkou district started as part of a state-owned food company before being spun off about 10 years ago. Since then, it has become a destination for both young Shanghainese and the older neighbourhood locals willing to brave the notorious crowds for its smaller-than-average soup dumplings.
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a: 123 Shanying Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai (Near Jixiang Road)
t: +86 138 1806 5119
As this restaurant is very popular with locals, it's quite usual to have to queue up for quite long to get a table but it is worth the wait as the typical Yunann food served here is fresh and tasty.
contact information
a: Building 1, 123 Xingye Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 

a: 2/F, SML Center, 618 Xujiahui Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai

a: 7/F, Joy City, 166 Xizang Bei Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai

a: 5/F, Metro Plaza, 1111 Zhaojiabang Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai

a: 6/F, Longzhimeng Center, 388 Xi Jiangwan Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai
t: +86 21 40 0991 2727