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With hundreds of dining options in the city, the Culinary Adventures section shortlists the most notable, to ensure you have the best gourmet experience during your visit.
Din Tai Fung
Originating from Taipei, this restaurant has earned an excellent reputation for Taiwanese cuisine in Mainland China. The tender, juicy crab roe-filled dumplings are accompanied by a tasty mouthful of broth with each bite, and the chicken and beef soup complement the palate perfectly. Friendly staff enhance the overall dining experience.
Unit 11A, South Block, Xintiandi, 123 Xingye Lu
Tel: (86-21) 6385 8378
Rustic mansion architecture and swathes of semi-transparent fabric hanging from the dining room ceiling create a sense of intimacy in which to devour delicious angel hair pasta, paellas, and delectable morsels of lamb. The modern Iberian menu is equally divided between tapas and appetisers, rice, pastas and desserts, with several wines by the glass.
5/F, 22 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu (Near Xinkaihe Lu)
Tel: (86-21) 5404 5757
Housed in a 1930-styled Shanghai mansion, Fu 1088 serves exquisite Shanghai authentic dishes, along with impressive French options. A minimum food charge of RMB 300 per head is applied.
375 Zhenning Road, by Yuyuan Road
Tel: (86-21) 5239 7878
Haiku by Hatsune
First started in Beijing, Haiku by Hatsune in Shanghai also attracts an enthusiastic expatriate and local crowd who love their California rolls as much as they love looking good against the minimalist décor.
28B Taojiang Lu (near Hengshan Lu), Xuhui
Tel: (86-21) 6445 0021
Jesse has a reputation for serving the most authentic Shanghainese cuisine in town. Stepping into this cozy, perpetually crowded dining room is like stepping into a local home. The excellent local fare attracts expats, locals and tourists alike.
41, Tianping Lu (near Huaihai Lu), Xuhui
Tel: (86-21) 6282 9260
Kee Club first made its debut in Hong Kong and is frequently visited by VIPs and celebrities. Nestled in a restored 1920s villa, it comprises grand salons, abstract art and a verandah terrace.
796 Huaihai Road, by Maoming Road
Tel: (86‐21) 3395 0888
Lost Heaven Yunnan Cuisine
The exotic menu of Lost Heaven brings culinary surprises to diners. Dark, rich colours and romantic spotlighting provide the perfect atmosphere.
38 Gaoyou Lu (near Fuxing Lu)
Tel: (86-21) 6433 5126
Lynn Modern Shanghai Cuisine
This stylish restaurant serves a modern version of Shanghainese cuisine within an Art Deco-inspired ambiance. The clean flavours and light-handed preparation of contemporary Shanghainese fare provide a welcome contrast to the dark coloured décor.
99-1 Xikang Road (near Ninjing Lu)
Tel: (86-21) 6247 0101
M on the Bund
This famous Bund-side restaurant is definitely worth a try. M’s inspired menu offers a combination of European, Middle Eastern and North American dishes. Salted leg of lamb, suckling pig and M’s pavlova are the signature dishes one shouldn’t miss.
7/F, No.5 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu
Tel: (86-21) 6350 9988
Chef Brad Turley puts on his sombrero and creates fresh, healthy and delicious Mexican comida. One may even be compelled to get up and do a little Mexican hat dance at the end of the meal. Margaritas of various flavours are also available.
2/F, Shanghai Grand Plaza, Club House, 568 Julu Lu (near Shaanxi Lu), Jing An
Tel: (86-21) 6289 6889
This newly opened coastal Italian restaurant offers vibrant cuisine, stylishly rustic décor, and breathtaking Bund views. The menu created by three Michelin Star Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten, features amazing light-as-air pizzas, house made pastas, and the freshest seafood, graced with the true flavor of Italy.
6/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu (Near Guangdong Lu)
Tel: (86 21) 6321 9922
Chef Dan Segall is known for his “free Asian cuisine”. The restaurant commands views of The Bund from 24 storeys above. A stylish interior and show kitchen completes the experience. Vanilla-cured salmon with Thai basil and pickled celery and grilled cod with miso and lime are Segall’s signature dishes.
24/F 318 Fuzhou Lu (near Shandong Lu)
Tel: (86-21) 6391 2811
Mr and Mrs Bund
A modern French restaurant by Paul Pairet serving French favourites with humble service. 250 classic dishes and 32 wines by the glass are available for diners to choose from.
6/F, Bund 18, Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu
Tel: (86-21) 6323 9898
Set in industrial warehouse décor, this cool Japanese restaurant is decorated with polished cement, black fixtures, dark wood tables and mezzanine seating.
803 Julu Lu (near Fumin Lu)
Tel: (86-21) 5404 5252
Casual Sichuan fare that includes the traditional specialties and modern renditions of the spicy classics. The two-storey restaurant and lounge is located on a popular stretch of the French Concession.
30 Donghu Lu, (near Huaihai Lu)
Tel (86-21) 5404 1235
Designed by Tony Chi, this chic Shanghainese restaurant is a reinterpretation of a old tea house. It is nestled in a traditional, slated roofed shikumen.
House 6, North Block Xintiandi, 338 Huangpi Nan Lu
Tel: (86-21) 6311 2323
Yi Long Court
Taking the theme of a 1930’s Shanghai nobleman’s house, this restaurant offers authentic Cantonese cuisine with six private dining rooms and a signature Peninsula Chinese Chefs’s Table. Talented Hong Kong-born Chinese Executive Chef, Dicky To is here, preparing mouth-watering signature dishes.
2/F, The Peninsula Shanghai, No.32 The Bund, 32, Zhongshan Dong Yi Road
Tel: (86-21) 2327 2888 Extension 6742
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