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 place specializes in live music, but a lot of it is sub-prime: covers bands and dodgy jazz-swing outfits with large-lunged women shrieking the place down. Having said that, it's surprisingly popular at the weekends with a local crowd. Drinks are nothing special... Read more
What was originally a 420-meter-long Taikang Lu is now expanded into the neighboring lane ways to be more then double the size, between Ruijin and Sinan Lu was initially slated to be Shanghai's "art street" back in 1998 when a former candy factory was renovated to... Read more
Shanghainese restaurant doubling as a gallery, the owner is an avid collector. The decor including the cutlery and serving dishes alone are worth the visit, the food itself is as good as the eclectic decor. Read more
The Banana Leaf is a Guangzhou-based chain who specialize in spectacle, with a helping of sweetened and localized Southeast Asian food. It's a big show, with Jungle Book decor, singing waiters, an Indian dude making roti, a monstrous open kitchen, and a very... Read more
Cafe next to Mind Offices, serving simple cafe dishes, from Salads, Sandwiches, Smoothies, pasta and of course Coffee. Read more
This is one of the most popular stops in Shanghai's Cashbox empire. Once inside, it's identical to the other branches, but because of its location -- next door to Richy and close to the other couple of Chinese clubs in Fuxing Park -- it attracts a dressed-up crowd,... Read more
Andaz Shanghai is the first Andaz property in Asia Pacific and the sixth hotel to open under the new Andaz brand operated by Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. Located in Xintiandi, the hotel features 307 spacious guest rooms and suite. Read more
Known to some as Vegetarian Lifestyle, to others as Zaozi Shu, and others still as Jujube Tree, this popular vegetarian Chinese restaurant specializes in tasty mock-meat dishes. Don't miss their ginger fried "chicken". Read more
What sort of coffee house shelves books with the scribblings of Le Corbusier? Mondu. This undiscovered corner side spot seats 15 tops and offers books, boardgames, art, coffee, and full bar all in a shabby-chic environment. Read more
As the name suggests the Okura Garden Hotel is a Japanese hotel. It makes a perfect choice for visitors looking to soak up some real history and culture. Its 1920's art deco design in both the entrance and garden are something of an architectural landmark in the... Read more
The dining room of the super exclusive Aux Jardins Massenet Hotel. Features classic French cuisine served in a restored colonial-era mansion. Read more
Sprawling basement-level Japanese plaza centered a grocery store with specialty meats, fish, organic produce, and Japanese imports. Also sells a variety of prepared Japanese foods. Read more
Supermarket directly in the basement of Parkson Mall. Most western products are available. Read more
Upscale Singaporean inspired eatery, formerly boasting celebrity Chef Justin Quek creating the menu. Read more
Small laneway cafe typical of the cafes in these lanes, the difference for this cafe is that it serves vietnamese coffee. Read more
Cafe that serves light snacks like breakfast, sandwiches and salads. Wireless internet also available for your browsing pleasure. Read more
Hotel Massenet is a recent redevelopment of a collection of 1920's colonial mansions into a staggeringly luxurious hotel. Each of the 14 villas -- some with gardens, some with more suites, all with private garages and butlers -- rent as a single unit, for somewhere... Read more
Tasty Chinese/Vegetarian. How did they manage that? Those dishes crafted to look like meat taste nothing like what they are supposed to, but edible nonetheless. Veggie dishes are divine. Read more
Boutique store that has a variety of shawls and scarves in different colors, patterns, textures and sizes including wool, silk and cashmere. Read more
796 Huaihai Lu is set to become one of Shanghai's choice lifestyle destinations. Representing a new generation in luxury retail, the twin villasâ€™ four occupants - Vacheron Constantin, Alfred Dunhill, KEE Club (a fine dining and exclusive drinking establishment),... Read more
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