The top two/three floors of the Julu 758 complex behind More Than Eat is dedicated to a upscale brewbar, sporting an "automatic beer dispenser" (essentially a glass tap tower), gastropub grub and a generously sized roof terrace. The owner is an Anhui-based brewery... Read more
Entertainment complex located right behind the More Than Eat building that faces onto Julu Lu, 758 Julu Place used to be warehouses and offices before some investment saw the place converted into about a dozen restaurants, bars, gyms and other miscellaneous spots in... Read more
Mamma Mia is an Italian restaurant by chef/restaurateur Enzo Carbone of Capo and formerly Issimo fame. Unlike his previous higher-end concepts, this one is more casual with food served family style. Expect handmade pastas, and of course Carbone's signature pizza... Read more
Modern cocktail bar at 758 Julu Lu behind The Lost Bakery, specializing in its own, eponymous brand of prosecco. Most drinks are between 75 and 100rmb. Nibbles menu also available. Read more
Version 3.0 of Monkey is a better iteration of its former crowded, clubby self. It's smaller, more intimate, and it's trying to appeal to a slightly older demo (read: high school sneak-outs need not attend). But the beats remain. The music program is still hip-hop,... Read more
A loungey-style Cantonese eatery in the Julu 758 compound. Predominantly a dim sum spot which makes it popular at lunch time. Average spend per person is between 200-300rmb. Read more
Cocktails served in mini bathtubs, complete with a working shower. What else do you want? Located at Julu Lu 758, Twinkle Bar is a neon utopia/dystopia depending on your outlook on life. If you live for the 'gram, make sure your vpn is working for this place. Read more
French bistro at 758 Julu Lu. If you're coming here as a pair for dinner, expect to lay down around 400rmb without booze. Steaks will cost you more. Read more
A vermouth bar, sort of a cross between a cocktail bar or restaurant. Spanish street-food style cuisine served with fortified wine. Read more
Fine dining spot at 758 Julu Lu. Combines cuisines from European countries, serving up grub such as steaks, pasta, paella and seafood such as oysters and mussels. Their 'battle-axe' steak will set you back almost 1300rmb, but not everything is that expensive. Other... Read more
At night, Bistro Bonbon (relocated from Nanyang) is a a homey restaurant for Taiwanese eats. During the day, it's also home to Ramen Boy, effectively a counter stocked with local and imported ramen noodle packets they'll whip up with a broth and some additional... Read more
Japanese sushi/sashimi restaurant at 758 Julu Lu. It's four private rooms (one with a sprinkling of that UV magic), and a short counter tucked around the back of the complex. They're serving up omakase for 680/980rmb. Read more
Classic hotpot with a Yunan twist from the Lost Heaven group. This place is situated right above Silk Road at Julu Lu 758. Read more
Fusion restaurant at 758 Julu Lu. Italian cured meats, Italian pasta, and Mexican tacos, and Japanese Sashimi are all on the menu in this relatively small spot. Not exactly cheap, you could be looking at around 500rmb for a two-course meal for two before booze. Read more
If you are a fan of Nicolson's Butcher & Seafood, you should not miss their grill. Steak, burger, lobster. It's a feast for meat eaters. Reasonably-priced everything and open kitchen. Seats are in the public space shared by different restaurants' guests. Read more
We couldn't find any current or previous events for tag.
If you know of something happening here, please let us know!
There are no matching articles.