+852 3100 8555
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chinese, chun he mian guan
This restaurant is renowned for its noodles with reasonable price and relatively big in size. Paired with tasty meat on top, Expect beef noodle bowls that are canvassed with thin sliced meat, baby-fist sized meatballs and random metal bowls of protein sitting on all available kitchen counter tops.
a: 1081 Changde Lu (Near Anyuan Lu)
t: +86 21 6266 5648
chinese, hai di lao hotpot
This ever-packed Sichuan-style hotpot chain, Haidilao has been in business since 1994, and has opened branches in 15 cities in China. It is rightly legendary for its service, which involves everything from free shoe shines and manicures while you wait (and you will wait) to noodles that come with a kung fu performance.
a: 6F, 588 Zhangyang Lu (Near Nanquan Bei Lu)
t: +86 21 3871 3936
hong kong style, bi feng tang
Traditional Cantonese style dim sum and savory dishes. Convinient and fast, ideal place for a business lunch or tea time snack.
a: 175 Changle Lu (Near Maoming Nan Lu)
t: + 86 21 6467 0628
shanghainese, the old shanghai moon restaurant
Decorated in the most luxurious 1930’s Shanghai style, with luxurious western-style furniture, fireplace and elegant chandelier, the old shanghai moon restaruant takes you back to the prosperous scenes in old Shanghai. The restaurant is open 24- hours with attentive service to bring you pure Shanghai delicacies and luxury.
a: 59 Maoming Lu, Lao Jin Jiang Fan Dian North Building 11 Floor (Near Huaihai Lu)
t: +86 21 6277 0701
Offers a wide range of Taiwanese food, from street food to savory dishes to fluffy fruity shaved ice.
a: 668 Tai Cang Lu, Lu Wan District (Near Song Shan Lu)
t: +86 21 6386 5701
Casual and unpretentious with delicious food, Charmant is a perennial favorite among Shanghai's Taiwanese population. Charmant is famous for its 're nao' ambiance, hearty food and shaved ice desserts. Closed at 4am.
a: 1414 Huaihai Zhong Lu (Near Fuxing Xi Lu)
t: +86 21 6431 8107
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