Specializing in the tribal cuisine of China's Yunnan province, Lost Heaven has all the makings of a proper date restaurant: exotic cuisine, enchanted decor, atmospheric music and dim, flickering candlelight. Read more
A project from serial restaurateur Kelley Lee, Boxing Cat is an American-style brew pub featuring Pilsners, lagers, stouts and a rotating cast of others. This one, their first in downtown Shanghai, opened in 2008. The menu features southern 'Merican comfort food with... Read more
Within the diplomatic district of Shanghai, the Yongfoo Elite clubhouse has served as a consulate for the UK, Russia and Vietnam over the years. The graceful manor is now a private leisure club that offers gourmet cuisine and live music in a gentle ambiance. Antique... Read more
There are certain places that are perfect for watching sports. Oscar's is one of them. A selection of TV screens are scattered over the pubs two floors along with the obligatory pool table and dartbords; however the pub is small enough to retain a original feel to it. Read more
Salute is little more than a tiny courtyard, a few tables, and a shade tree. But that's really all it needs to have an atmosphere. And it has it in spades. Eminently casual and convivial, you could easily find your self 3 or four bottles deep into an evening and... Read more
Shen Yue Xuan is a grand, sprawling villa set on the ground of a private garden (retired Party cadres only). Its idyllic location make it quite popular with locals as a wedding spot, but its Cantonese cooking is up there with the foodies as well. Dim sum here, with... 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
Housed in an elegant, three-storey building on Fuxing Lu, the Elisabeth de Brabant Art Center regularly hosts solo and group exhibitions, showcasing the work of international artists working across a range of media. Read more
Preschool and Kindergarten with baby programs and hosting of Parents club. Read more
Bin74 is a tiny wine shop/wine lounge with a limited menu of Spanish and Italian snack-ish things. Add a 74rmb fee to drink a newly purchased bottle in the store. Read more
A Xinjiang restaurant serving traditional Uyghur cuisine. Expect an endless list of different preparations for lamb and mutton from roasted on kebabs, stuffed in dumplings or rolled in rice pancakes as well as classics like Uyghur turnip rice and fresh-baked naan... Read more
Legendary wine bar, stocking boutique wines from most major wine producing regions in the world. It has won the 'Wine List of the Year Award' in Shanghai three years running. Read more
SHPlace is a boutique agency with a focus on unique properties in downtown Shanghai. Run by an international multilingual team, the agency has good connections in the old house market and works with developers to ensure finding the best flat for their clients. Visit... Read more
Immensely popular among the locals, Yong Xing is a cozy, friendly restaurant tucked away in a nongtang. Offerings on the menu are simple home-style dishes like salt and pepper short ribs and gong bao eel. The signature duck roll with salted egg yolk comes highly... Read more
This small bar is easy to miss because it's on a quiet street, but it makes a nice place to stop for a well-mixed drink. The bar staff are chatty and make decent cocktails (all around 70rmb). The decor is loud and a bit random but not without charm. It rarely draws... Read more
Bilingual Kidergarten with either French-Chinese or English Chinese options for kids starting from from 3 years old. Read more
Run by dance power couple Sakina and Mike, Latin Soul Studio teaches Salsa, Cuban Salsa, Bachata, and Kizomba. Sakina is a top female salsa dancer in China with over 8 years of Latin dance experience. Mike is from Japan and studied dancing in LA with instructors... Read more
It's a craft beer bottle shop. Selection is okay. There's enough in there that you'd find something interesting, if you're into craft beer. Prices are standard. It's mostly unrefrigerated on the racks though, so you'd be taking it home. If you want to drink it... Read more
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