As a part of the Xintiandi Corp, The Hub is a 62,000 sqm shopping complex located in Minhang. About a five-minute walk from Hongqiao railway station. It's comprised of two major parts: the South and North mall. The South mall consists of a six-story shopping center... Read more
Decent sized trampoline and climbing park on the 4th and 5th floor of Hongqiao Tiandi The Hub shopping centre. Mostly aimed at kids but literally anyone who wants to can have a lot of fun here. The weekend sees swathes of hyperactive children running around care-free... 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
Green & Safe is a specialty grocer by the same folks who own Qimin, that organic hotpot restaurant on Shanxi Bei Lu. The retail side of the operation sells produce and meats grown and raised at the company's organic farm in nearby Kunshan as well as specialty items... Read more
A cafe and coffee shop chain specializing in infusions and unusual preparation methodologies. Try the OG New Orleans Style Iced Coffee (58rmb), which they've received international attention for. Read more
Zusso Kid is a Japanese children's salon chain that was established since 1989. The place looks very professional, with mini makeup stations, cartoon car chairs, and each station equipped with small tablets to help your kid sit still. Prices are close to an adult... Read more
Popular chain of Shanghai Min's casual dining brand, focusing on Shanghai-style snacks like shengjian, crab roe xiaolong, scallion pancake with a creative twist. Lots of small eats, combined with some Asian and even western-style simple eats. Read more
Also known as CM Feiyue, this chain of sneaker shops is the main retail outlet for the Shanghainese shoe brand that dates back to the 1920s. They've got a long history of being actually kind of all right shoes, a particular favorite among wushu practitioners. The... Read more
Exceedingly pink coffeeshop built with instagramability in mind; mocktails, coffee, tea and pinkish white cakes and desserts. Glass cuploa chairs, tulip chairs, fuzzy pillows, neon lights, pink flamingos, there's a bathtub with posable flamingo statues. This... Read more
Zhao Zai Er is a small affordable noodle chain serving Chongqing and Sichuan noodles, with fulfilling portions and many varieties, such as zajiangmian (杂酱面), xiaomian (小面) and Yibin ranmian (宜宾燃面). You have the freedom to tweak the flavors of oil, salt, and... Read more
WeWork's an American coworking space provider that's received a tidal wave of funding in the last few years. Founded in 2010, they rework existing buildings into quirky-cool start-up hubs. Part of their service includes an internal social network for their users and... Read more
Jin Gu Zhen is a young local chain trying to mimic an old fashioned Shanghainese look. They provide traditional Chinese eats such as handmade tangyuan, wonton, and noodles. Their signature dish is tangyuan, with classic flavors like sesame, pork, and jujube paste.... Read more
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