Barbarossa is a Shanghai icon: a Moroccan-styled lounge, in the middle of a pond in the middle of People's Park. It attracts a steady crowd for cocktails, hookahs, dinner, DJs, and its serene, oasis atmosphere. After an extended closure in 2018, it reopened, though... Read more
Something rare for Shanghai -- a Moroccan restaurant. This one is on The Bund, in the same building as Shen bar. Expect dishes like couscous, tajine, pastilla, hummas, harira, and seafood, as well as cocktails and hookahs. Read more
Set in a villa near the golf course in Jinqiao, El Wajh's sister restaurant in Pudong offers a pleasant and cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy decidedly Moroccan and Mediterranean fair. Their signature Tajine and cous-cous dishes are worthy of a note as well as their... Read more
One of the few Moroccan-style restaurants in the city, El Wajh is heavier on the decor than the authentic dishes. Still, you will find a suitable tangine here. Seating is only on the second level and accommodates no more than 25 or so, lending to the cozy atmosphere. Read more
This is the Pudong branch of what was once a wildly popular bar in the Ruijin Hotel in Puxi. It's upscale Asian fusion cuisine, served in a villa on the grounds of a large government hotel. It caters mainly to the population of richies who live in the grounds, but... Read more
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