Three-in-one nightlife hub on the Bund. Dining, lounge cocktail bar and club with its own dedicated entrance, kind of like M1NT, its nearest comparison. Nice terrace on the dining and lounge side. Food is pan-Asian or modern Asian fusion. Think burrata with XO sauce.... Read more
A futuristic wonderland of a museum, by Japanese digital art collective teamLab. Inside, it's a fantasy world spread across many rooms, with endlessly changing and interactive projections creating a disorienting trip akin to that bit in 2001: A Space Odyssey where... Read more
Mark Klingspon, (one of) the guy(s) responsible The Nest opens an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ joint in Three on the Bund. Retro arcade games like Centipede, Donkey Kong and Frogger bump up against the... Read more
Branch of the acclaimed international jazz club, opened in mid 2019 up in Hongkou. The first one in Shanghai and the tenth worldwide. It is 1,700 square meters, with the main room sitting 300 people at once, but it feels a bit... spare. Like a grey box with a stage.... Read more
A simple Italian restaurant driven by a wood-fired oven hiding out in the kitchen. The short menu is mostly antipasti, pizza and pasta, with a couple salads on flat bread, and is not fancy but decent stuff. The real highlight is the environment: a bombed-out... Read more
SakeMate is Shanghai's first dedicated restaurant and bar serving NIKKEI cuisine in a cozy but trendy atmosphere. Located on the Bund, SakeMate is from the same crew behind Goodfellas and Captain Bar, with Chef Jaime Ajito, bringing South American influences to... Read more
The latest concept from the FunkaGroup, Italo Social Eatery – a gastro lounge with an Italian twist – occupies the second floor above Funkadeli. Read more
Excellent and quiet cocktail bar from the team behind Bar No. 3 and Blackbird. Decently-sized front bar with windows looking onto the seat and living room chairs, with cubbies In the back for a little more privacy, but it's a tight squeeze regardless. Cocktails are... Read more
Second branch of the popular creperie and wine bar on Anfu Lu, tucked into a leafy, renovated lanehouse. Downstairs is more of a coffee bar. Sit-down seating is upstairs. Unlike the other one, there's no outdoor seating here, except a couple counter seats on the... Read more
Nicolas Le Bec dips two toes in the world of Thai cuisine. It's not a full-on Thai restaurant, it is still predominantly French, but there are now prawn shao mai and a Thai chicken curry on the menu, and the outside terrace area is decorated to feel like a Thai beach... Read more
Serial restaurateur Kelley Lee's popular American-style pub has a flagship in Xintiandi. On tap is a selection of Pilsners, lagers, stouts, and a rotating cast of others. The menu features Southern American comfort food with Southwest accents. As you'd expect for the... Read more
That space that used to hold Xuan has been turned over to some fellows from ASL, who cut out the middle and built tables and seating around a central neon column and a DJ booth that's working nightly. They've turned it into a hip, happening boozy dining venue, not... Read more
Dark, dramatic and intimate nightclub from the people behind Atelier. Perched at the top of bustling number 17 Xiangyang Bei Lu, and accessed by an elevator that they refurbished especially for the club, it's an even split between curtained nooks with private... Read more
First China outpost of inescapable American chain serving southwestern food like fajitas and strong, sweet drinks for the suburban American crowd. Sizzle platters! Read more
This is the second iteration of Oxalis, the first being a short-lived version at The Waterhouse Hotel that closed in January 2019. In it, chef Jonas Noel, an escapee from the fine-dining world, uses the technique he learned to create high-end brasserie food in an... Read more
Spanning 3,500 square meters, the flagship store of a Japanese lifestyle and retail brand sells everything from clothes and tents to plants and coffee. Top floor is a restaurant serving all kinds of Japanese-Western food. Read more
Cocktail bar and restaurant serving traditional Beijing cuisine and drinks with a Chinese twist. Food served is traditional Beijing cuisine highlighting chunbing, also known as spring pancake, with a set going for 15rmb and an extended list of things that you can put... Read more
The tiny Bulldog BBQ from Julu Lu has grown up into a proper restaurant. Now it’s a full-fledged facsimile of a southern American BBQ joint. Middling American BBQ, that is, with one outstanding dessert. The specialty here is the beef brisket, which the owner says is... Read more
The second branch in the world after the one in New York, Shanghai's Bar Mixato is a Starbucks Reserve, except dominated by a dark, sleek, U-shaped bar and a wall full of booze bottles. Digital nomads will still find wooden tables and window-chairs to perch on the... Read more
Small and colorful street shop specializing in cendol, a Malaysian iced dessert that contains green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup over shaved ice. Cendol serves exactly that, with various added ingredients such as durian ice cream, corn, etc.... Read more
High-end Japanese BBQ grill focusing on dry-aged beef and steaks, in addition to a menu of creative izakaya dishes and horse sashimi. Small, 35-seater, so reservations are highly suggested. Read more
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