Cotton's chilled-out villa atmosphere is also the place to go if you're not used to Chinese food and don't plan on becoming acclimated. They've done a good job of creating a pretty spot where foreigners can feel like they are in any city. The old outdoor dining area... Read more
One of the most popular clubs in Shanghai with young, well off locals, Phebe is ostentatious and over the top. It's filled with screens and bling, costumed waitstaff and, at times, models hired to play mini golf and pretend to play the piano. It's suitably ridiculous... Read more
La Creperie does indeed serve crepes. From hum-drum Nutella filled dough to the tangy seafood/salad crepe, main courses run the gamut. Some crepes are more successful than others, but the all wood decor, fully bar and English speaking servers make for a fine... Read more
Green & Safe is a specialty grocer by the same folks who own Qimin, that organic hotpot restaurant on Shanxi Bei Lu. The retail side of the operation sells produce and meats grown and raised at the company's organic farm in nearby Kunshan as well as specialty items... 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
Hong Kong style comfort food and value for money. This place is always busy particularly at dinner times. Originating on Hengshan Lu, now expanded to other areas. Open til 4am this is one of a handful of places in Shanghai to get a late night fill. Read more
A four-level fully renovated house close to Xujiahui park with separate satellite feeds for each floor. A beautiful garden with ample seating and a terrace on the fourth floor fit for barbecues. Read more
Xin Jishi is the spawn of a Shanghainese institution known as Jesse, an Anglicized approximation Jishi. This chain of "new" Jesse restaurants serves a similar menu of Shanghainese classics like red-braised pork, scallion pancakes, and drunken chicken. But the... Read more
A long-time veteran of Hengshan Lu, 1001 Nights trades in traditional Middle Eastern cuisine. Think every possible permutation of roast lamb or chicken served with dips like hummus, and baba ghanouj, or rice pilaf. Adding to the atmosphere a revue of belly dancers... Read more
Taiwanese bike company Giant has stores sprinkled liberally across Shanghai and are one of the most popular bike shops. They sell mid-range bikes in various permutations - commuters, folders, mountain - and some accessories. The franchising of the stores means the... Read more
Shanghai's best known Protestant church, otherwise known as Guoji Libai Tang or the International Church, was established in 1925 and is popular among expats. The church was built in modern Gothic style and has an excellent choir to boot. They've got also got a... Read more
Keven Cafe is an institution, for better or worse. Think of it as a diner, with attendant surly waitresses and occasionally bumbling kitchen, and it goes down easier. The menu takes hotel room-service for its please-everyone inspiration. Read more
Prime 1921 is Sasha's upstairs, upmarket dining room. A menu billed as "cuisine designed with wine in mind" features a wide variety of grilled fish and game like lamb loin with garlic panna cotta or wild venison with red currant and cippolini onions as well as... Read more
Shanghai International Tennis Center is located at Regal International East Asia Hotel. Types of sports include squash, badminton,tennis and swimming. Read more
The name speaks for itself - expect to be waited on hand and foot. The Regal International Hotel is breathtaking from the moment you walk in, and all of the rooms are spacious and luxurious. The staff are attentive and friendly, and we find little fault in that. Read more
Fine shirts for gents designed in Italy and run up in Shanghai. These are off-the-peg but well made with a range of top-quality fabrics. Read more
An upmarket Hairy crab fare. Hairy crab banquets available. Read more
Golf practice court inside a hotel. 250rmb per hour. Read more
This Luxury Collection property in Xuhui combines slick, angular contemporary architecture with elegant Chinoiserie design elements. The hotel books a total of 171 that range in size from 40 square meters for basic accommodation all the way up to 338 square meters... Read more
Bo Duo Xin Ji is a cheap and tasty Cantonese and Chaozhou spot, real popular with the locals. This location is tucked away in a lane. On warm days, they set up tables outside. Read more
Gallery Suites is, despite the boring name, not a corporate high-rise hotel. In fact, it's much the opposite: a 39-suite boutique hotel in a 1933 heritage building, with fully refurbished rooms and a mix of Art Deco and chinoiserie decor. Location -- Hengshan Lu --... Read more
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