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  • Hakkasan
  • Hakkasan

    It's finally open. Fancy, fashionable Chinese cuisine with Michelin cred comes via the UK. It's on the Bund, right where it belongs.

    Apr 3rd 14, by Justin Fischer


  • T for Thai
  • T for Thai

    The folks behind French restaurant Cuivre have opened themselves up a little Thai restaurant. And it's actually really good. Spicy goodness inside.

    Mar 11th 14, by Justin Fischer


  • Coquille
  • Coquille

    Now softly open on Mengzi Lu, the newest concept from the folks behind Scarpetta. Shellfish towers and fine French bistro fare inside.

    Feb 18th 14, by Justin Fischer


  • Calypso
  • Calypso

    Inside the latest from the Jing'an Shangri-la. Fine charcuterie, handmade pastas, pedigreed pizzas and loads of other Mediterranean goodness

    Jan 9th 14, by Justin Fischer


  • Cyclo
  • Cyclo

    The latest addition to the ever-growing Jing'an district does pho and other Vietnamese eats that don't suck. It's about damn time.

    Jan 8th 14, by Justin Fischer


  • Ruth's Chris Steak House
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    An American fine-dining institution finally makes it to the Mainland. Get ready for high-steaks dining with a little bit of Southern charm.

    Dec 17th 13, by Justin Fischer


  • OYakitori
  • OYakitori

    Sushi'O is getting into the yakitori business, and a new craft cocktail lounge is soon to follow. All things grilled and speared on sticks inside...

    Nov 20th 13, by Justin Fischer


  • Light & Salt
  • Light & Salt

    The team behind Bouquet move to Rockbund. Just your typical restaurant / cocktail lounge / bookstore / bespoke printing press concept.

    Nov 14th 13, by Justin Fischer


More of The Radar »

by Justin Fischer

Apr 16th, 14


A restaurant devoted to food that cooks for hours. Sound concept, comfortable atmosphere, friendly service. The food? That could use some...

APR 15, 2014 - By SmSh

Just a little Easter eats round up for you. Where to eat, where to turn the rugrats loose to root around for eggs and other useful information.


APR 02, 2014 - By SmSh

Welcoming spring with chicken n' waffles, modern Mex, inventive Italian breakfasts and an all-day fry-up / hangover remedy on YKL...


MAR 25, 2014 - By Justin Fischer

A duck dish that doubles as a metaphor for the industrial age. Troubador bistro revives an old school classic of French gastronomy.

MAR 06, 2014 - By Justin Fischer

Singapore seafood institution Jumbo has a branch in IAPM now. We came, we saw, we ate crabs. We liked it. Here's why.


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Dim Sum Feast

Westin Hotel's EEST restaurant does a large, five-star dim sum feast on Sunday. Their three kitchens -- Chinese, Japanese, and Thai -- all contribute to the madness, adding up to 100 different dishes ..

EEST |

Bon App Brunch

Bon App | Every Sat & Sun

Hakka Bund Weekend

Hakkasan | Every Sat & Sun

Breakfast

D.O.C. | Every Sat & Sun

Weekend Brunch

The Public | Every Sat & Sun

New Spring Weekend Brunch

La Table | Every Sat & Sun

Ming Yuan Dim Sum Brunch

Ming Yuan | Every Sat & Sun

Lunch Deals at Burdigala Bistro

Burdigala Wine Bistro & Retail Store does three weekday lunch set deals. 78rmb gets you a main course and a drink. 88rmb gets you a main course, a drink and a choice of starter or dessert. For 98rmb y..

Burdigala (Wuding Lu) |

Italian Classics for the New Business Lunch

8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana | Every Mon-Fri

Morton's Prime Lunch Selection

Morton's (IAPM) | Daily

All-You-Can-Eat Lunch

Prego | Every Sat

NOVA Wednesdays

Nova | Every Wed

Annion Kitchen Lunch Set

Annion Kitchen | Every Sat & Sun

Fam&Friends day Sunday!

The Spot | Every Sun

alotofit on Kervan on Apr 17th
Just don't go This place has always been a bit iffy in terms of service and quality, but this was the last straw. I recently went with six colleagues for lunch, I was planning on getting the beef and lamb doner with rice, just about the only palatable thing on the menu, but cheap and right across from work, it seemed like an ok option. First off, if you're more than 4 people they make you climb to the 3rd floor. No attempt to accommodate yo.. ... [Read on]
odilique on el Willy
Impressed by El Willy
odilique on el Willy

Impressed by El Willy

I love food. Every time I travel to a different country I enjoy trying local food. I am spanish, so I always try to avoid dishes I can find back home, this is what made me go to El Willy, because even though the place is spanish, the dishes are a very nice re-interpretation of spanish cuisine, so I know that I unfortunately won't find these back home. I was very surprised by the "explosive salmon", I think this was my favorite, my eyes popped out when the taste of the truffle exploded in my mouth.. so good! Their ceviche is VERY good too if you like raw fis..


niiniish on Pasta Lab
Delicious
niiniish on Pasta Lab

Delicious

I have lived 5 minutes walking distance from this place since it opened up a few months ago and I've never stepped inside until this Sunday night. Probably that's a good thing because if I had sooner I'd probably be 10 pounds heavier. Seriously this pasta is delicious and beyond. I can't remember exactly what I had since the menu was a bit confusing and finally ended up asking the helpful owner for advise. He was very humble to the slightly (very) confusing menu structure and admitted that they would simplify it ASAP. Anyways, both me and my boyfriend were very satisfie..


*Audrey* on Paulaner Brauhaus
Such a joke!!
*Audrey* on Paulaner Brauhaus

Such a joke!!

My friends and I came out of Paulaner Xintiandi really pissed off, especially because of the service. Why the waiters here have to be so rude and unprofessional? First at arrival, we were standing outside waiting for the waiters to come to us and direct us to an available table but they did not seem to care at all about us new customers. So we went to them and asked for an outdoor table. One of the waiters told us to look around by ourselves. We found a table and they gave us the drink menus. We then waved at them for at least five minutes to get the food menus but it wa..


geisha2013 on Sushi'O
Next Step...Dinner!
geisha2013 on Sushi'O

Next Step...Dinner!

With a lot of Japanese offerings in Shanghai stepping in Sushi'O was a surprize waiting to happen. The lunch set was a great deal on it's own but adding extra sushi rolls was an added bonus. We were all very happy with our good deal meals but the Philharmonic Rolls were a shocking and tasty addition we didn't expect. To mix cheese and apple into one dish is ballsy and I'm not one to like apple in anything but man that was good. Other sushi dishes we ordered were just as impressive but we were too full to keep track. Good value and delicious lunch - nice job.


alotofit on Fat Mama
High quality and excellent execution
alotofit on Fat Mama

High quality and excellent execution

I tend to be as jaded as a person can be when confronted with the prospect of visiting a new restaurant in shanghai. After years of disappointing and over-priced experiences with uneducated staff, apathetic managers, over-priced menus, and chefs that frankly have no idea what they're doing, I am loathe to wander outside of my half-dozen or so regular spots. So when my friends suggested trying out Fat Mama because I "just had to try it" I trudged up to Jing'an with the same enthusiasm of a prison inmate going to his regularly scheduled rectal inspection. But onc..


logan46 on T for Thai
B for Blast
logan46 on T for Thai

B for Blast

What an experience we had tonight!!!! Since they close Face I’ve not been able to find any single good thai restaurant in shanghai… but tonight what a blast!!!! It was a bit dificult to find the entrance coz the restaurant was above cuivre, but as soon as we steped in, it was a W for Wowww The service was attentive even if it was packed, and the food was amazing specialy when they told us that the chef was french It was a perfect balace between salty, sour and spicy! We started with the chicken satay super tender and full of flavor, then they suggest us the pome..


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Henkes

Henkes is Aussie chef Craig Willis's homage to the other side of his family; it's his mother's maiden name. By his own account, he's extracted the DNA of his first namesake restaurant Mr. Willis and expanded upon it with a trattoria/cafe/wine bar concept. Expect Willis's distinctive brand of 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. Full Listing

drexler on Dos Locos

"This place makes me happy. Burritos are amazing, friendly service, and you pay up front so leaving i.."

EasyRent Shanghai on Cyclo

"Best vietnamese in town ! "

ocants13 on Lynn

"All you can eat dim sum on weekends"

audreyfromshanghai on La Creperie (Jing'an)

"Great brunch! Pancakes and cider were delicious!"

obrnk on Cyclo

"Delicious Vietnamese food, close to home :)"

TSkillet on Homies

"I wish people would stop mentioning Mr. Pancake House - because those are absolute crap pancakes. Ho.."

Twigy221 on Nosh

"Fresh veg and juice"