A lively flower market selling much more than plants. Head here to find live insects, turtles and other animals. It's worth a trip just to see all of the different things they sell. Read more
The US's largest chain of luxury steakhouses has heard the siren call of double-digit growth and set up shop in the Mainland. Ruth's Chris's menu is fairly simple and straightforward—six different cuts Aussie Wagyu beef ranging from a petit filet up to a porterhouse... 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
This is a tiny little place in Xintiandi which aims to capture what life was like 100 years ago in a traditional Shikumen house. There are about five rooms decked out with antiques and period furniture and they do give you some idea what life was like for those who... Read more
Je Me Souviens does crossover cuisine for the quasi health conscious. Dishes run the gamut from Cantonese and Singaporean-style cuisine to Western-inspired sirloin steaks. Service is accommodating and friendly. 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
Gourmet store providing high quality Spanish products, they not only sell products, but also offer education to Spanish gastronomic products through wine courses, wine tastings and food pairing events. Specialising in Wine, Olive Oil, Iberian Ham, Brandy, Cava,... Read more
Aniseed is a chain of Vietnamese restaurants with a heavy French influence. This outlet in Xintiandi is price towards the higher scale compared with its other outlets. 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
Upper crust of the teppanyaki world, with 600-700rmb per person price tags. Primarily a haunt of businessmen, but that location, up there on the top of the Okura is pretty lovely for a griddled, flipped, and flamed splurge. Read more
Ensconced among an eclectic selection of restaurants in the 56 Gourmet Zone, Monsoon bills itself as serving Yunnan and Thai cuisine. Truth be told, the menu consists mostly of the latter and it is mediocre at best. The decor riffs off of traditional Thai aesthetics,... Read more
Hidden at the end of an alleyway in Tianzifang, Andalus is a small Moroccan restaurant and bar. The place features limited menu of a tajines and various cous cous dishes and a few simple appetizers. If you're not hungry, a full bar and broad selection of shisha, or... Read more
Chain store selling clothing branded with the cartoon Hi Panda-- hipster-ish clothing started and designed by local designers. Read more
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