Originally opened as a premium ice cream shop called Gracie's, this little spot on the corner of Xinle and Fumin re-branded itself as Al's Diner in Fall 2015. They're serving American diner classics like biscuits and gravy, patty melts, monte cristos, egg x sausage... Read more
Xiangyang Nan Lu outpost of the Al's Diner empire. Much like the original, this two-story restaurant has an ice-cream parlor downstairs slinging Gracie's, while upstairs they're serving American diner... Read more
Al's Diner expands a few blocks away with a bakery selling sweets. Sugar is the keyword here. Al's Baking Co. offers cakes, cookies, pies, donuts, scones, muffins, cupcakes, and Gracie's ice cream. Smaller items are under 20rmb. Slices of cake are around 50rmb. They... Read more
Al's Diner opened up Al's Burgers as an outpost with a handful of seats in the supremely crowded B2/F Reel Mall food court. It's... okay. Pretty straightforward. Six variations of burgers, including a chicken, and fish variety (50rmb), with the option to upgrade to a... Read more
The fourth from the Al's empire, it remains classic American diner food with just enough fusion to keep it interesting, along with an eye to Shanghai dining trends. Looking to please the afternoon mall crowd and white collar workers, who stream into the mall for... Read more
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