The Avocado Lady is not an urban myth, but to many expats is one of Shanghai's urban legends. Her store is ever gaining in size and produce, what she doesn't have she can order. Her store is regularly stocked with fresh mints, herbs, tropical fruits, cheese, olive... Read more
One of Shanghai's biggest hospitals, Huashan is located in the center of the city on Wulumuqi Lu. They have 24/7 emergency services, specializing in neurological conditions, and English speaking staff. Anyone with emergencies should proceed directly to the local ER... Read more
Diner serves "nü diner" food — contemporary revisions of classic American fat-ass cuisine. All given that contemporary twist with things like chipotle aoili, cured lemon aoili, caramelized onion, candied chili, brandy gravy, blueberry compote, hazelnut butter,... Read more
Waxing chain from Singapore, providing all waxing needs for both sexes. They offer 50% off on Brazilian waxing for first time customers, make sure to ask for it! Read more
A tiny Lebanese... maybe not exactly a restaurant, more like a take-out counter. There are four tables, with enough seats for just eight people, and then maybe another eight or ten seats around the counter. Not that many places in Shanghai dedicated to Lebanese-style... Read more
By popular consensus, Swiss Butchery's one of Shanghai's better providers of meat. They stock fresh (non frozen) beef and veal from Australia complimented by a large assortment of pork, lamb and chicken cuts. All with oversight on the whole supply chain, ending up... Read more
Flower Fingers is a spa chain in Shanghai offering manicures, pedicures, facials, eyelash extensions, and waxing. They're set in a rustic atmosphere and offer complementary tea upon entering. Manicures currently starts at 49rmb (basic) and pedicures from 118rmb. Read more
Mercado 505, occupying a prime location in among the hotels at Wulumuqi Lu and Huashan Lu, is the same market-to-table concept as its original Cool Docks location, blown up to multiple floors of... Read more
This is the Wulumuqi Lu location for Singaporean brow-grooming salon chain Browhaus. If you need brow grooming, this is probably the place to go, their menu includes such procedures as threading, tweezing, tinting and "brow resurrection," which we're led to believe... 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
Cheap and anonymous Hunan restaurant with good countryside cooking. Steamed fish head, cumin ribs, fried pork trotters, dry-pot tea tree mushrooms, and sour beans with countryside bacon all recommended. Read more
Le Wagon is a leading coding bootcamp with campuses in 20 countries. In Shanghai, tech courses are delivered on the 9th floor of XNode Accelerator & Coworking Space. Attending Le Wagon takes only two months and students learn back-end and front-end coding,... Read more
Multi-brand lifestyle boutique opened by Dutch-owned designer brand Kate Wood. They mainly sell handmade bamboo bikes and wooden watches and sunglasses, but they also stock clothing and bags made by local designers. Read more
Acclaimed boutique shoe shop, selling its own premium footwear brand that has a bit of a cult expat following thanks to its fashionably urban designs and its high comfort. Founded in 2014, Heelz (formerly
French fine dining restaurant from the 'world's youngest Michelin star-awarded chef,' Akrame Benallal. Part of the 55 by the Group complex . In interviews, Akrame refers to his menus as "collections" and takes inspiration from magnates of the European fashion houses... Read more
Imported grocery shop selling meat, cheese, milk, Marmite, Pop-Tarts, cat food, marshmallows, liquor, wine, beer, and personal care items. Read more
Modern, pretty-looking (read: white and woody) cafe. More seating upstairs. Read more
MusicLAB is a music training company for all ages and skill levels. Read more
Part cafe, part roastery, part of the "coffee academy" wave sweeping Shanghai, Coffee Lab is located on the mezzanine upper floor of Alimentari (also owned by the Popolo people). In addition to... Read more
Popular Ice Cream store that use to Pop-Up only during summer months has opened permanently across the street from their original Pop-up location. Expect long lines during the weekends. Bonus serves interesting flavours such as Salted Egg. Read more
The kids of Onirii have expanded their "Wild And Wicked Youth" to Wulumuqi Lu. WAWY is an achingly hip coffeeshop, all shiny white and metal. One half is a bar, the other half is a coffeeshop. It's Onirii related, the baristas are nice and friendly, the coffee is not... Read more
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