The first branch of the British fish'n'chips shop. It's tucked in underneath the stairs, in case you can't find it. Read more
The second branch of the British fish and chips shop on the south east corner of People's Square. Get your battered cod and 'taters here. Read more
A bright, cheery café from Camden Hauge (organizer of events under the SOCIAL SUPPLY umbrella like Shanghai Supperclub and the FEAST food festival), with lofted seating, coffee, Strictly Cookies, baked goods, etc. They specialize in simple all-day breakfast items... Read more
Drum & Bass DJ Jane Siesta's long-running pie project Pie Society finally got a brick and mortar shop in Fall 2015. They serve proper British pies in flavors like steak & Guinness and chicken and mushrooms, as well as seasonal specials like steak & kidney,... Read more
A hyped restaurant from a chef who came to Shanghai's attention via reality TV show. Kind of looks like a Wagas inside, with the harsh lighting doing harsh things to the pastel walls and Ikea-style furniture and table accoutrements. Food is capital "b" Basic modern... Read more
glo London is a British-based multi-concept restaurant venue spanning several floors. The second floor is a sit-down restaurant specializing in Anglo-American standards like pizzas and ribs. Upstairs from that, a lounge known for its extensive mojito selection. Read more
Table No. 1 is a casual mod-Euro restaurant. It's the first post-Gordon-Ramsay project from Jason Atherton, a London chef who just split from nine years with Ramsay's restaurant group. Atherton developed Maze and Maze Grill for Ramsay, opened a few int'l off-shoots,... Read more
Sailors is a tiny storefront trafficking in Aussie-style fish and chips. A small menu scrawled on a blackboard features three fish: pollack, sea bass, and flounder as well as a small selection of mollusks and crustaceans like squid, shrimp scallops. All are beer... Read more
Mr Harry is a bastion of British cuisine on the fifth floor of an anonymous building on Nanjing Lu. Offerings are a sampling of some of the finer points of the Isle's food, like fish and chips, bangers and mash and desserts like Eton mess. They also do a... Read more
Angry Fish is a small chip shop among the bars and shops of Yongkang Lu. Compared to nearby competitors, the fried fish selection is somewhat limited. You have a choice of flounder or cod, large or small. Servings come with a small helping of chips and a side salad.... Read more
The suburban sequel to the popular Yongfu Lu club / lounge that's been running for five years. This one is more of a pub style cafe, with more distinctly British styling and food. Located in the family-centric part of Minhang, they're catering to a more laid-back... Read more
Pleasant little British spot just around the corner from Yongkang Lu but a world away, serving British sausages, builders tea, full English breakfast, sandwiches, and -- most notably -- sausage rolls. Really, the sausage rolls are next level, but come early because... Read more
Food court and event space in a former swimming pool just around the corner from M50. F&B vendors include Bar 31°, Cambio Coffee, Topolino, Happy Buddha, Dutch Pies, Papito Pancakes, Asian Plus, and Amelia's. Cool space and community- / family-focused concept. They... Read more
Amelia's started as a homemade jam vendor back in 2009. They've got a permanent location at the Market, but this is their first stand alone spot, where they offer pies, eggs, quiche, and English breakfast sandwiches like the BLT, sausage and egg muffin, and chicken... Read more
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