This Beijing roast duck restaurant is quite a big deal up in the big smoke. Celebrity chef / owner Dong Zhenxiang's proprietary roasting technique has earned the Da Dong a sterling reputation. But in spite of a voluminous tome of a menu, that's about all that Da Dong... Read more
Henkes is Aussie chef Craig Willis's homage to the other side of his family; it's his mother's maiden name. By his own account, he's extracted the DNA of his first namesake restaurant Mr. Willis and... Read more
La Creperie does indeed serve crepes. From hum-drum Nutella filled dough to the tangy seafood/salad crepe, main courses run the gamut. Some crepes are more successful than others, but the all wood decor, fully bar and English speaking servers make for a fine... Read more
Designed to look like a market, this Taiwanese import from Green&Safe pitches itself as a healthy hotpot place, focusing on organic ingredients. Read more
Beautiful Cantonese restaurant in Reel Mall, designed by Jaya Ibrahim, the Indo-British star architect behind the Puli Hotel, and the Amanfayun and Fuchun in Hangzhou. Few other places in Shanghai can make you feel like you’ve left behind the racket of the city, and... Read more
Crystal Jade is a chain from Singapore that's consistently packed for its combination of stylish decor and Cantonese cooking. Dim sum, in particular, is wildly popular. Most people go for the crispy pork belly, the roast pork, shrimp dumplings, mango pudding, and... Read more
An Italian, Michelin 2-starred restaurant. It specializes in natural and organic food. Read more
Japanese glasses brand with around 30 locations around town. Great for glasses, not so great for sunglasses. Read more
Reel Mall branch of the Malaysian vegetarian food chain that serve up healthy rice bowls, noodles, hot pot and other such things. BMS was founded in 1997 by four Malaysians brothers as a vegetarian, organic and natural lifestyle store. It currently has forty outlets... Read more
Wagas is a burgeoning chain of smoke-free chain that specializes in healthy foods including smoothies, big salads and wraps. The casual, order-at-the-counter atmosphere is complemented by simple but comfortable dÃ©cor (table/chairs and some lounge seating). Wireless. Read more
Popular European-style sushi joint in the basement of Reel Mall that often has queues. Lunch sets are available for 68rmb. Read more
Family-friendly chain of Thai restaurants that launched in Shanghai in 2013. Pretty well regarded among locals, the food is approachable and priced a little above your average Southeast Asian hole-in-the-wall, but not by much. Read more
Affordable soup & sandwich chain that also does breakfast and coffee. The food is just alright -- not great, not bad. Would have been amazing in 2006, but Shanghai stepped its soup and sandwich game up significantly in the following decade. Surprisingly the... Read more
"Culinary experiences station" on the 4th floor of Reel Mall. They do cooking classes and training. Read more
Zowoo is a craft woodwork store as well as a DIY carpentry and crafts workshop has large glass windows and is open to the public. Equipped with ample wood lathe tools, models, and kits, Zowoo provides entry to advanced level classes from 58rmb to over a thousand.... Read more
Well-established Hong Kong-based Vietnamese restaurant Golden Bull. Read more
Chocolatier from Brussels, founded by one Pierre Marcolini in 1995. Read more
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