The reincarnation of erstwhile Xikang Lu Danish eatery Pelikan, BOR is run by the same team. The name comes from the Danish phrase "jeg bor her," translated to "I live here," which we're going to guess... 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
The return of Austin Hu, and perhaps atonement for the damage he's done to our arteries in the past. It's a proper sitdown restaurant in a ground-floor space at South Bund's Bund Finance Center, with an interior done by MTM Design, it’s airy and light and cladded... Read more
Found 158 nightclub, but it's a bit more underground TAXX and less trap-heavy than Arkham. The owner is a fashion photographer from Beijing and he's divided the place into two rooms: a front area with the bar, ping-pong tables and a slightly impractical lounge area,... 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
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
Royal Patat is a Dutch frites stall serving up handmade, deep-fried French fries. Your standard cone will cost 27rmb plus 5rmb for your choice of more than a dozen sauces (ketchup's free). They also serve trays with nationally-themed toppings, ie. slow-cooked pork... 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
Da Vittorio is a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Bergamo, Italy, opened in 1966. It made a name for itself serving seafood in a region not known for that, and, after a few decades, moved up into the rarefied world of top-rated Michelin restaurants. It's also... Read more
Premium, high-end American beef from Wolfgang Zweiner, ex-head waiter at Peter Luger, New York City’s most iconic steakhouse. It's part of their international steakhouse chain, with locations from Beverly Hills to Waikiki and Tokyo to Cyprus, to Hong Kong, to Beijing... Read more
Half-bite-sized club, half-lounge, with a concrete wall separating the two in case people got confused. Slow and easy chillhop music along with a meticulous Japanese-style bartender in the lounge area is in stark contrast to the dark bass-heavy club in the back,... 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
Turin-based brand with international branches. It trades in good gelato, "how it used to be made", which means no artificial flavors, colorings, additives, preservatives or emulsifiers. They operate their own farm, experiment with new cultivars, pre-mix in a central... Read more
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