This German bierstube remains a popular eatery on Hong Mei Entertainment Street. With Hofbrau and Weihenstephaner available of draught, fans of German beer will be able to wet their whiskers, and they also have a varied German menu featuring all your favorite... Read more
Shanghai brewery is pub and sports bar that brews its own beers with names like North Star IPA, Hongmei Hefeweizen, and Peoples's Pilsner. Also on offer, a menu featuring pizzas, burgers, salads, sandwiches and German fare. Read more
This Big Bamboo is located on Laowai Jie, the one with all the foreign food joints. Lots of outdoor seating and a large screen playing sports on the terrace. Mostly business people and expats coming through, with a few people always on the pool table. Prices are a... Read more
The general agreement is that Simply Thai is just okay. Slightly pricey, the food tastes average, looks average, and is sized average. Service is slow and not particularly helpful. Admittedly, the good experiences at Simply Thai outnumber the bad, so it is worth a... Read more
This popular tapas restaurant is one of four Las Tapas in the city. With two floors - plus additional outdoor seating - the restaurant brings some Spanish flavor to Hong Mei. For those wanting something a bit more substantial, there are also pasta and paella dishes. Read more
If Bukhara across the street proves to rich for your blood, humble Delhi Darbar is a more wallet friendly option. Not only that, it's probably one of the better dining options on the largely mediocre Hongmei Entertainment street. Expect the standard range of Indian... Read more
Bastiaan is a small, owner-run bakery that started off specializing in dark German breads, and expanded into pastries, cakes, and, now, a cafe that does simple Western all-day dining. Very family-friendly. Read more
Located at the end of the popular Hong Mei Entertainment Street, Porta Nova adds a bit of Italian flair to the area. It offers 29 different pizzas, as well as other traditional Italian pasta dishes, not to mention a extensive wine list that includes useful... Read more
Southern French food, in Hongqiao. Read more
City Bull is a Canadian-owned steakhouse and bar concept featuring hearty North American grub like burgers, slow-cooked ribs, pulled-pork sandwiches, Australian imported steak, and imported seafood. The place also serves a breakfast featuring everything from French... Read more
International restaurant/bar serving a range of European food. They have a good selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails and their outdoor seating area could make this very popular in the summer. They have a set lunch menu (three courses including desert)... Read more
Located on the 5th floor above CityShop, the second branch of the facial and pre-natal massage place The Sanctuary offers high standards of skincare. They offer a combination of skin analysis and customized products and treatments, together with a treatment focused... Read more
Trippy, far-out whisky bar above the Blue Frog on Laowai Jie. The 500 sq meter place claims to be the biggest whisky bar in China, and they've got 500 varieties on deck, including some super rare bottles dating back to the early 1900s. The bizarre steampunk decor... Read more
Japanese comfort food in Hongqiao, with home-cooked food served at a good pace. Recommended dishes include the okonomiyaki and the noodles. The vibe is down to earth but could get wild if a group of salarymen turn up to get turnt up. Simple, unpretentious, and high... Read more
It's the new Shed out on Laowai Jie and exactly that. The end. It's the same food and drinks menu (Aussie steaks, burgers, pies, mains from 55rmb-150rmb; bottles and pints 40rmb-60rmb), same TVs everywhere locked on Aussie Rules Football, same rotating daily... Read more
"Laowai Yokocho Avenue" is a kind of forlorn attempt at recreating a festive Japanese alleyway of restaurants, like Piss Alley in Tokyo. But it does offer MONSTER highballs in pint glasses, and a chance for a quirky meal and night out for groups of people bringing... Read more
The Hong Mei branch of Blue Frog serves up what you would expect from a Blue Frog venue: a wide selection of food and drinks suitable for all the family. With a separate dining section and play area for the kids, this venue is perfect for the little ones. Also... Read more
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The latest in the ongoing game of Sim City that is the F&B business in Shanghai: Local officials have announced that major Hongqiao food street Laowai Jie (AKA "Hongmei Entertainment Street" and "Foreigner Street") could be the next area to be harmoniously relocated to some other area that is not illegal.... Read more...
Hey Shanghai. Do you like Charlie's ? How about more Charlie's? Like four more Charlie's? Sound good? Great, just skip to the bottom of the article. Meanwhile, The Blind Pig shut its doors on Laowaijie. It's part of a... Read more...