This is the newly-relocated mid-range Spanish restaurant by "Willy" Trullas Moreno. Willy's cooking is more contemporary than traditional Spanish--he does "juicy rice", not traditional paella -- but stops well short of molecular fine dining. In a nod to the local... Read more
Slightly out of the laowai loop, this cozy, 60-seat Italian trattoria does deeply satisfying pizzas, pastas and grilled meats. Dishes range from familiar favorites like linguine with clams to slow roasted pork short rib glazed in honey, rosemary and fennel. Read more
The Plump Oyster is a late night oyster bar and lounge specializing in its namesake mollusk. The menu features several varieties of oysters, all imported from France, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, the US and other premier oyster-producing regions in the world.... Read more
High-end supermarket from Hong Kong that sells a lot of premium goods, fresh fish and seafood, fresh meat, imported fruit and packaged foods. You'll pay through the nose, but you'll get exceptional produce in a large, stroll-around-and-graze environment. Read more
Coquille is the sophomore effort of John Liu, the investment-banker-turned-restaurateur behind the wildly popular Italian trattoria Scarpetta, which is right next door. This time, the concept is a French seafood bistro. Liu and Co. have built a classically beautiful... Read more
Beer bar/restaurant in Xintiandi that does live music nightly. It's a bit like a Shanghainese version of Paulaner. The beer is pretty drinkable and fresh though. They've also got a full range of liquors, wines, and food like pizza and steak. Some outdoor seating as... Read more
This is the second Shanghai branch of the renowned high-end steakhouse chain from The States. In addition to premium steaks and chops, however, this Morton's serves a wide variety of seafood, like imported lobster, crabs and oysters as well as salmon, tuna and the... Read more
This place makes good use of an excellent location, tucked down a lane behind a 1930s house. It's in a little area along with a whisky bar and a spa. There's a decent drink deal every day and French food, but the best thing is the greenery that surrounds it and the... Read more
Japanese with an emphasis on good quality sushi and sashimi. Read more
Xiao Hei Hao Qing is a small Cantonese restaurant on the Dingxi Lu strip specializing in grilled oysters, scallops, and other varieties of shellfish. Their beer chicken and black pepper noodles come highly recommended. It's immensely popular with the locals and... Read more
Rose Paradise specializes in fresh, live oysters imported from France. Additionally, they serve dishes like fish and chips, mushroom fettuccine, salads, steak, etc. Daily specials from discounted drinks to oyster deals every day too. Read more
L'Ecailler is a high-end French restaurant specializing in seafood. L'Ecailler's highlight is it's seafood towers featuring fresh, imported oysters, lobster and other shellfish. Read more
Former owner of The Plump Oyster owner David Brode has regrouped on Yuyuan Lu with this casual oyster bar. Brode has eliminated the middleman by partnering up with an importer. As a result, the restaurant's namesake shellfish are a bit more competitively priced that... Read more
Cocktail bar with nice decor on Xiangyang Lu. It's sorted out a decent roster of local barmen and is playing up its Chinese characteristics. Cosy, and candlelit, but with splashes of color and some fetching artwork thrown around, it's an interesting space. Cocktails... Read more
Flame is a contemporary steak, seafood and chophouse concept. The menu features a lot of steakhouse staples, like French onion soup, Caesar salad with soft-boiled egg and sides, like creamed corn or mashed potatoes, etc. Much of the food also draws inspiration from... Read more
Housed in a two story villa, The UP offers a chic cocktail bar, spacious dining room, and a quiet, green terrace. Fresh oysters come shucked in 12 varieties from around the world, and are accompanied on the menu by quality classics like beef carpaccio and an... Read more
One of Shanghai's most popular chocolate dessert spots (for good reason) changed their name from Whisk to CH2 in 2015, adding cheese to their theme. All their Chocolate cakes and desserts remain, and now they have cheesecakes. The food menu now includes bistro-esque... Read more
With el Willy off to greener pastures on the Bund, chef/restaurateur Willy Trullas Moreno has opened Elefante at his flagship restaurant's original Donghu location. The concept is a broader than its predecessor: Mediterranean with a focus on Spanish and Italian... Read more
Issimo and Matto executive chef Enzo Carbone has developed a sterling reputation in Shanghai for his authentic Neapolitan style pizzas. Now he's applying that expertise to steaks and chops at Capo. The centerpiece of the restaurant is a twin oven constructed with... Read more
Neighborhood fishmonger on Wulumuqi Lu dealing in fresh and frozen imported seafood. It's run by two sisters from Hong Kong who are three generations deep in the seafood game. Their poke bowls are a classic lunch option. Those are around 55rmb. They also stock some... Read more
Yet another restaurant banking on Shanghai's recent oyster craze, this attractive little bistro on Yongjia Lu features a selection of imported oysters from every corner of the globe: New Zealand, the US Pacific Northwest, Australia, France, South Africa, etc. All are... Read more
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