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  • Din Tai Fung (Shanghai Centre)

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      Shanghai Center, 1/F, 1376 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Xikang Lu
      南京西路1376号 上海商城1楼, 近西康路
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      6289 9182

    Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese chain, but don't hold it against them. Their versions of Chinese snack food -- dumplings, noodles, steamed buns, and simple vegetable dishes -- are impeccable, as is their highly-trained service. You pay for the luxury of all of this, of... Read more

  • Din Tai Fung (Xintiandi)

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      Xintiandi, South Block Plaza, 2/F, Lane 123 Xingye Lu, near Madang Lu
      新天地南里广场2楼, 兴业路123弄, 近马当路
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      6385 8378

    Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese chain, but don't hold it against them. Their versions of Chinese snack food -- dumplings, noodles, steamed buns, and simple vegetable dishes -- are impeccable, as is their highly-trained service. You pay for the luxury of all of this, of... Read more

  • Din Tai Fung (IAPM)

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      IAPM Mall, 3/F, 999 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Shanxi Nan Lu
      淮海中路999号3楼, 近陕西南路
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      5466 8191

    Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese chain, but don't hold it against them. Their versions of Chinese snack food -- dumplings, noodles, steamed buns, and simple vegetable dishes -- are impeccable, as is their highly-trained service. You pay for the luxury of all of this, of... Read more

  • Din Tai Fung (Kerry Centre Jing'an)

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      Kerry Centre Jing'An, N4-15, 1515 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Changde Lu
      南京西路1515号嘉里中心N4-15, 近常德路
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      6217 8366

    Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese chain, but don't hold it against them. Their versions of Chinese snack food -- dumplings, noodles, steamed buns, and simple vegetable dishes -- are impeccable, as is their highly-trained service. You pay for the luxury of all of this, of... Read more

  • Din Tai Fung (SWFC)

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      Shanghai World Financial Center, 3/F, 100 Century Avenue, near Dongtai Lu
      世纪大道100号3楼, 近东泰路
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      6877 6886

    Din Tai Fung is a Taiwanese chain, but don't hold it against them. Their versions of Chinese snack food -- dumplings, noodles, steamed buns, and simple vegetable dishes -- are impeccable, as is their highly-trained service. You pay for the luxury of all of this, of... Read more

  • Taoyuan Village (Taizhou Lu)

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      405 Taizhou Lu, near Yuyao Lu
      泰州路405号, 近余姚路
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      6277 7917

    Taiwanese-breakfast inspired chain that specializes in shao bing, a flaky, crispy sandwich filled with egg, "bacon", and lettuce. Nice environment here, but the food leaves much to be desired. Not as good as a street breakfast, and about five times more expensive.... Read more

  • Taoyuan Village (Hubin Dao)

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      1/F, 150 Hubin Lu, near Jinan Lu
      湖滨路150号1楼, 近济南路
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      53535 0620

    Taiwanese-breakfast inspired chain that specializes in shao bing, a flaky, crispy sandwich filled with egg, "bacon", and lettuce. Nice environment here, but the food is divisive. It's not as good as a street breakfast, and about five times more expensive. But you're... Read more

  • Bellagio (Taicang Lu)

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      68 Taicang Lu, near Songshan Lu
      太仓路68号, 近嵩山路
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      6386 5701

    A late night favorite in Shanghai. Identically coiffed female servers weave about the tables of this bustling restaurant carrying Taiwanese cuisine to Chinese twenty-somethings. The dessert list also particularly expansive and quite popular. Try the mango ice. Read more

  • Gao Chi

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      K11 Art Mall, Unit 306, 3/F, 300 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Huangpi Nan Lu
      淮海中路300号3楼306室, 近黄陂南路
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    Gao-Chi (or Kao-Chi in Taiwanese) is the first Shanghai branch of the long-running Taiwanese dim sum chains. The mid-sized restaurant features trendy traditional-style decor and an open kitchen. Their signature dish is old school Shanghainese shengjian (fried pork... Read more

  • Bellagio (IAPM)

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      IAPM Mall, LG1/F, 999 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Shanxi Lu
      淮海中路999号LG1楼, 近陕西南路
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    A late night favorite in Shanghai. Identically coiffed female servers weave about the tables of this bustling restaurant carrying Taiwanese cuisine to Chinese twenty-somethings. The dessert list also particularly expansive and quite popular. Try the mango ice. Read more

  • Tiger Bites

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      108 Xiangyang Bei Lu, near Huaihai Zhong Lu
      襄阳北路108号, 近淮海中路
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      3669 6833

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  • Ao Ba Nian

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      A Mansion, 291 Fumin Lu, near Changle Lu
      富民路291号, 近长乐路
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      6075 8932

    Taiwanese style Hotpot, very popular with the young crowd, expect to wait for a table. Read more

  • Yu Yuan

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      North Bund, Hotel Pravo, 3/F, 299 Wusong Lu, near Haining Lu
      北外滩, 吴淞路299号3楼, 近海宁路
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      6393 8989

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  • Taoyuan Village (Xingfu Li)

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      67 Xingfu Lu, near Fahuazhen Lu
      幸福路67号, 近法华镇路
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      5273 0107

    Taiwanese-breakfast inspired chain that specializes in shao bing, a flaky, crispy sandwich filled with egg, "bacon", and lettuce. Nice environment here, but the food is divisive. It's not as good as a street breakfast, and about five times more expensive. But you're... Read more

  • Okaeri

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      B103, Lane 259 Jiashan Market, near Jianguo Xi Lu
      嘉善路259弄B103, 近建国路
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      139 1686 4639

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  • Chun Store

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      Bldg B, 148 Hongsong Lu, near Jinhui Lu
      红松路148号B座, 近金汇路
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      5476 0218

    Taiwanese import grocery store with an extensive amount of Western and Taiwanese products. All produce is organic from a farm in Taiwan, grown with no pesticides, chemicals, GMOs or other hormones. Read more

  • JYJ Noodle Bar (Jing'an Kerry Centre)

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      Kerry Centre, 2/F, 1515 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Changde Lu
      南京西路1515号嘉里中心2楼,近常德路
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      5299 6568

    Popular Taiwanese noodle chain that often has queues out of the door. Large bowls of noodles such as the spicy beef tendon noodle cost 89rmb, while smaller snacks like preserved egg and fried stinky tofu or shichimi togarashi spicy chicken nuggets cost 28rmb. Read more

  • PULi

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      ThumbPlaza, 2/F, 199 Fangdian Lu, near Dingxiang Lu
      芳甸路199号2楼, 近丁香路
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  • Du Xiao Yue (Joy City)

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      B1/F, Phase II, 198 Xizang Bei Lu, near Qufu Lu
      西藏北路198号大悦城2期地下一层, 近曲阜路
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      6073 1185

    This is the second Shanghai branch of the iconic Taiwanese restaurant chain founded in 1895. Du Xiao Yue is most recognized for their Ta-a noodle and for providing affordable Taiwanese traditional dishes and street food with consistency. The quantity is not the best... Read more

  • G+ The Urban Harvest (Himalayas Center)

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      B/1F, 152, 1188 Meihua Lu, near Fangdian Lu
      梅花露1188号B1楼152, 近芳甸路
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      6045 6255

    G+ centers around an "urban agriculture" concept. A contemporary menu draws inspiration from both China and the West. Much of it is made with ingredients harvest from an indoor grow operation. It's all a bit gimmicky, but the quality of the food is pretty good. Read more