Yunnan restaurant specialising in Cuisine from Lijiang. Read more
The NBA Playzone has got a nice new jungle gym, a small indoor basketball court, a few arcade games, a separate play area for toddlers, and a decent snack bar. Taking up a corner of Hubin Dao, it's huge. You can easily spend half the day here, there's lots to do here... Read more
Less a traditional hair salon (they won't cut your hair), Blow2 Bar is a blow dry bar, where stylists will wash, dry, treat, style and sculpt your hair. Maybe it's a special occasion? Maybe it's the night of the ball? Maybe you just feel like looking fabulous. It's... Read more
Spice Bazaar is a dressed-up Xinjiang restaurant that pulls from the region’s rich ethnic and cultural heritage for decoration and inspiration. The flavors are not unfamiliar to anyone who has been to a less “designed” Xinjiang restaurant, though one could argue that... Read more
Another big Xintiandi-area mall that opened in 2015, with the big draw here being the NBA playzone. The food court has several unique places like Laksa Noodle House. There's also a Taoyuan Village spot for Chinese breakfast and a High End Cantonese Dim Sum place on... Read more
Best described as a "modern" teahouse, or a "teahouse for a mall"; slick, black and cool. The menu has things like red grapfeuirt jasmine, lemon white peony, and lemon souchong, in addition to omnipresent cheese teas. They've also go traditional loose leaf teas,... Read more
A crayfish roll joint in Xintiandi. Read more
Retail/restaurant concept specializing in artisanal and organic groceries and quick-serve dining. They stock the shelves with produce grown on their proprietary organic farm as well as hand-made condiments and bougie sodas made with cane sugar. Out of the kitchen... Read more
Taiwanese-breakfast inspired chain that specializes in shao bing, a flaky, crispy sandwich filled with egg, "bacon", and lettuce. Nice environment here, but the food is divisive. It's not as good as a street breakfast, and about five times more expensive. But you're... Read more
Upmarket, modern Sichuan restaurant on the third floor of Hubin Dao mall, serving excellent, unadulterated Sichuan classics and a long list of beers, wines, and cocktails (and possibly a hip hop soundtrack). On a nicer day, go for the outdoor patio overlooking... Read more
It's a Starbucks. Read more
Founded in Bangkok around 2016, Jumplify is a franchise that’s bringing aerial dance to the masses. It made it to Shanghai in 2017, with a shop in Xintiandi (that's this one) and spread out to a second Pudong location in December of the same year. Seems just... Read more
Qkuts is a Kids-Only Hair Salon, Nail Spa, Toy Store, and Spa Party Venue, committed to the highest safety and cleaning standards, works with specially trained hairdressers and Western guest hairdressers in a 100% kid friendly environment. Qkuts makes the dreaded... Read more
Jingang is a trendy noodle shop that uses many varieties of fish bones and oxtail bone in their broth and seasonal wheat flour and duck egg to make noodles. Their fried pork cutlet and xiao hundun are also well-received among patrons. A good place to get some special... Read more
A heavy and regal looking restaurant located on the third floor of Hubindao shopping mall. Aside from the classics like Cantonese barbecue, rice, noodles, dim sum and desserts, they also offer a wide range of live seafood cuisine, quite a few priced at over 300rmb,... Read more
Child-friendly restaurant with play areas, pretend kitchens, costumes and toys all over the place. The food is fairly basic western stuff such as burgers, pizzas and pastas. Read more
A basement mall outlet serving up Hong Kong style beef noodles. It's got a street-food atmosphere, with cheap plastic bowls and a heavy dose of umami (MSG) in the broth, which has a place in this kind of food. Marks for authenticity on it. Fairly quiet. Read more
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