Adjacent to the New World Shanghai Hotel, this Cantonese restaurant is under the direction of executive Chef Wong from Hong Kong who is passionate about the health benefits of home-style Cantonese cuisine. The main dining room has room for 78 with traditional tables... Read more
Yuyintang is one of the oldest underground live music houses in Shanghai, and has become a staple in the city. Featuring regular gigs every weekend, it brings in underground rock acts both worldwide and local. Read more
Dada is a classic Shanghai dive bar / small-club that has local DJs spinning house and underground dance music Thursday-Saturday. Situated in the middle of Xingfu Lu, it caters to a younger Chinese and expat crowd in a comfortable, pretentious-free environment.... Read more
Pentalounge is the lounge / cafe space at the Pentahotel, an offshoot of the New World Shanghai Hotel on Dingxi Lu. Located next to their Cantonese fine dining and dim sum restaurant YUE 1525, pentalounge offers a relaxing respite from busy Dingxi Lu, cafe fair --... Read more
With 558 rooms the New World Hotel is one of the largest in the city. Located in the Changning district it is always a taxi journey away from any of the cities tourist sites, although its proximity to Zhongshan Park makes it ideal for guests looking to escape the... Read more
Toriyasu is a superb Japanese yakitori restaurant that elevates grilled chicken skewers to a study in detail and perfection. Packed with salarymen and the occasional couple on a date. It's tough to find. Walk north on Huichuan Lu and look for a slatted wood facade... Read more
This is the second location of Shanghai's original Belgian beer bar and it remains popular for its large and well-concieved beer selection, decent food and relaxed atmosphere. It has a massive menu of the finest lagers and ales in Europe. Beer is, of course, heavily... Read more
The cinema itself if hard to find, hidden behind a top floor anything&everything market. Six small screening rooms. Relatively small screens with ok sound. Whole place is dated and has a bit of a smell from the restaurants one floor down. 3D tickets are 100rmb.... Read more
Lotus Eatery is a cheap and cheerful restaurant that specializes in some of China's more exotic southwestern food. The focus is primarily Yunnan cuisine, with unique dishes like fried goat's cheese, stir-fried banana blossoms and a lots of different dishes made with... Read more
Very cheap bar popular with students at the nearby East China Normal University. Check out their buckets of rum and Coke for 30rmb, or some ridiculously low price like that. Your head will not thank you for it in the morning, but hey, good times is good times. Read more
Ganesha is a simple, 20-seat Indian restaurant perched on the second floor of a mall just opposite the Jiangsu Lu metro station. They get busy at lunch times thanks to their cheap, cheap set menus and a lack of other non-Chinese lunch options in this area: two... Read more
Spice Spirit is a chain of slick Sichuan restaurants from Beijing. Contemporary decor. Read more
Facilities at this gym include cardio equipment, free weights, outdoor swimming pool, spa and hair salon. Read more
A Jiu, also known as AQ Shabu Shabu, is mobbed with locals for their 90rmb, all-you-can-eat shabu shabu and sukiyaki. Meat is of surprisingly decent quality, service is fast, efficient and not stingy at all, and the menu of vegetables, tofu products, and various... Read more
Porcellino is a casual Italian concept. A "salumeria" is basically an Italian-style deli, and while Porcellino offers a solid selection of cured meats and imported cheeses, that's only part of what it does. They also do handmade pizzas and risottos, simple pasta... Read more
Opened by a few long-time stalwarts of the Shanghai live music scene, SUS2 is a fairly under-the-radar live music venue specializing in local folk artists plying their wares to a predominantly local crowd. Despite its location in a fairly expat heavy district, and... Read more
Wildly popular and eminently affordable, this izakaya does a brisk business in crispy gyoza, yakitori, and other snacks that make you want to guzzle down lots of beer, sake, and shochu. Their beef tongue comes highly recommended. Read more
Big 'ol plates of rustic Dongbei dumplings -- huge variety -- at dirt-cheap prices. Whole menu of other hearty, northeastern favorites as well. The di san xian, a straightforward stir-fry of eggplant, peppers, and potatoes, is good. Decor is as honest as the... Read more
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