Kagen is the teppanyaki spin-off of wildly popular Jap-fusion restaurant Haiku. Decor is the same upscale, modern minimalism with lots of smooth stones and the ingredients are several cuts above the all-you-can-eats. Sets from 230-400rmb per person. Read more
The third venue from the people behind Cannery and Nest, downstairs it's a bakery and/or bistro decked out in browns and golds. It's got an all-day menu, baked goods, and a section dedicated to smørrebrød, a kind of open-faced Danish sandwiches on rye bread. Some... Read more
This massive, minimalist warehouse of a Japanese restaurant is easy to miss; look for an unmarked doorway in the gray wall and follow the bamboo-lined path beyond. Shintori has remained immensely popular since opening in 2002, more for its hip decor and vibe -- lofty... Read more
Spanning floors 91 through 93, 100 Century Avenue was the world's highest bar, restaurant and private dining room until Burj Khalifa beat it in 2011. Serving Western, Chinese and Japanese cuisine, the multiple show kitchens include a charcuterie; a western kitchen... Read more
The popular Sushi restaurant and delivery service has move operations from their Yanqing Lu location to a much larger Yongkang Lu location, this time with indoor seating and a larger menu. Specializes in California-style rolls, with a few pages of sushi and sashimi,... 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
Most is a Japanese restaurant, bar and cafe concept. The menu focuses primarily on sushi and sashimi, but also features Japanese noodle dishes and donburi bowls. It's a small but comfortable space and the decor skews heavily toward the trendy post-industrial look —... Read more
Supermarket specialising in imported Japanese groceries Read more
Upscale restaurant serving traditional Japanese food on the Bund. You're paying more for the address than the food at this place, though. Read more
A small, hidden sushi place, favorited by the chef of Mercato at Three on the Bund. No-frills environment (the bathroom is outside) but nice fish, particularly the bluefin tuna. Read more
International a la carte all-day dining restaurant with 11 theater kitchens serving fresh sushi shipped in from Tokyo three times weekly, street-style Malaysian food, all manner of Canto-style dim sum and more. There is also a "cheese cave" and a gourmet deli boutique. Read more
Situated in a majestic villa, Shari does contemporary Japanese cuisine, presented in the "capo" or "kaiseki" fine-dining style, that's a multi-course Japanese meal that incorporates sashimi, meat and fish dishes, miso soup and rice. The villa is peaceful and calm,... Read more
Japanese with an emphasis on good quality sushi and sashimi. Read more
This 30-seat sushi bar is the next stage in evolution for an up-market chain best known in Shanghai for its cuts of toro, or marbled tuna. Service omakase-style, which means there is no printed menu. You eat what the chef happens to be preparing that night for... Read more
Tops & Terrace ticks the all-day dining box for the Twelve at Hengshan hotel. As youâ€™d expect, you can find a little bit of everything here: French rotisserie meats, brick oven pizzas, Asian staples like sushi rolls and dumplings, etc. The accompanying terrace... Read more
The outlets main feature is its Yakitori charcoal grill that runs down the centre of the open concept kitchen. The menu features over 30 different types of skewed meats, vegetables and seafood. More than 20 kinds of Sake representing different areas in Japan. Read more
Expensive Japanese Omakase restaurant on Changle Lu. Its Chinese name (QiJiangxin) translates into "sushi ingenuity". Read more
Small, exclusive sushi restaurant with connections to a Michelin-starred restaurant in Tokyo's Ginza district. The menu is omakase style, so it's prix fixe, chef's choice (but they'll accommodate food allergies). Prices are 1280rmb or 1580rmb per person. Does not... Read more
Perched on the 56th floor of the Jin Mao Tower, this fine dining Japanese restaurant in the Grand Hyatt Hotel offers premium-grade sushi, sashimi, yakitori, and some spectacular skyline views. Read more
High-end, intimate and EXPENSIVE sushi house. Read more
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