Subconscious is a chain best known for its massages but also does facials, nails, body treatments, medical manual therapy, and waxing. They also house studios for classes like yoga, meditation, and even belly dancing. Service and amenities go above and beyond to set... Read more
Kagen is the teppanyaki spin-off of wildly popular Jap-fusion restaurant Haiku. Decor is the same upscale, modern minimalism with lots of smooth stones and the ingredients are several cuts above the all-you-can-eats. Sets from 230-400rmb per person. Read more
Great tacos, long list of tequila and frozen margaritas, as well as a salsa bar with eight salsas available. The space is small and gets quite busy late at night and on weekends when the weather is good. Read more
This massive, minimalist warehouse of a Japanese restaurant is easy to miss; look for an unmarked doorway in the gray wall and follow the bamboo-lined path beyond. Shintori has remained immensely popular since opening in 2002, more for its hip decor and vibe -- lofty... Read more
Guyi is an institution of a Hunan restaurant in Shanghai, among both foreigners and locals, for its upscale environment and excellent fiery food, unaffected by local tastes. It's a step up from almost all other Hunan restaurants in Shanghai, and though quality has... Read more
This chain beer shop and restaurant from Tampa Florida opened their first international venture in 2016, in Shanghai city. Basically it's a beer shop with about 400 kinds of bottles including some really rare brews (have seen some Bell's here). There's also about 30... Read more
Known for unique retro images and modern paraphernalia of China with an artistic twist, this boutique has recently expanded to include more apparel - namely TopShop items straight from the UK. They still great jewelry, and unique designed apparel in the back room, as... Read more
The branch office of the independent organization that supports and promotes French-Chinese business relations. They provide business services such as matchmaking, business surveys, credit reports and market analysis, business centers with office space for an... Read more
Bao Luo or Paul (it's English nickname you won't see this on the sign) is always packed with locals and expatriates. Value for money here is its biggest selling point, the food is not the best, for the cost it's not too bad. It's a good place to start in China if... Read more
Also known as CM Feiyue, this chain of sneaker shops is the main retail outlet for the Shanghainese shoe brand that dates back to the 1920s. They've got a long history of being actually kind of all right shoes, a particular favorite among wushu practitioners. The... Read more
This Hong Kong-based chain of eateries offers staple Cantonese dishes as well as a mixed bag of Italian, steak and other Western dishes. The homemade fish balls are recommended, and there's a small Cantonese-style bakery at the entrance selling coconut pastries, egg... Read more
This punny Vietnamese joint is one of the more handsomely designed restaurants of its kind around town. It's consistently full, drawing a crowd of local and laowai alike. The main focus on the menu is, naturally, the namesake Vietnamese noodle soup. You'll also find... Read more
3-story renovated lanehouse serving as a showroom for well-regarded British fabric merchants Holland & Sherry. This is their Asia flagship store, designed to showcase their array of fabrics, as well as serving as an event space for things like trunk shows featuring... Read more
Shanghainese restaurant decorated in a traditional Shanghainese way, with black and white tiles and deep red napkins. Read more
Training space for the Shanghai branch of Sifu Wan Kam Leung's Wing Chun school. They practice a "practical" system of Wing Chun, a "soft" southern martial arts style that's gained popularity in recent decades for its reported value as an everyday system of... Read more
Taiwanese style Hotpot, very popular with the young crowd, expect to wait for a table. Read more
Hong Kong high-end hot pot with specialised ingredients, including abalone, shark fin and lobster. Read more
Basically a hole in the wall crewed by happy, smiling young people (for now), Kiss the Tiramisu is apparently the first Shanghai outing of a South Korean brand that serves plastic goblets filled with tiramisu and ice cream. Four flavors on at the moment; Original... Read more
Espace Vert is a arty gallery as well as a cafe. They host a diversity of events, with a deep interest in environmental issues and East-West relationships. Read more
Little gelato window on busy Fumin Lu, UnCono has all the obvious flavors covered with some interesting curveballs, too. Pear Williams with cream cheese, anyone? One flavor is 20rmb, two is 32rmb. Read more
Pure Relocation is a full-service relocation services provider based in China with international offices in Hong Kong. Specializations include moving services as well as visa and relocation services (the latter limited to corporate accounts). Read more
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