Taiwanese in ownership but Japanese in style, this lounge specializes in classic cocktails made from top-shelf spirits and fresh, quality ingredients. In addition to cocktails, they offer a healthy selection of single malt Scotches and Japanese whiskies, premium teas... Read more
Eminently comfortable cocktail bar close to Jiaotong University. The drinks aren't cheap, but they're made with quality and love so you won't feel ripped off. They've got about 50 drinks, mostly in the 80-100rmb range, and some Kentucky beers. There's several couches... Read more
Kechara Tea House offers vegetarian cuisine, focussing on healthy and dietary ingredients that is sustainable for our environment. Read more
Professional Massage spa, specialising in oil massage, using imported organic oils. Read more
There are certain places that are perfect for watching sports. Oscar's is one of them. A selection of TV screens are scattered over the pubs two floors along with the obligatory pool table and dartbords; however the pub is small enough to retain a original feel to it. Read more
Azzurra is the second floor wine bar and pizzeria of Colabo Italian restaurant. The menu comprises a few Colabo pies, charcuterie and cheese plates, and some pasta selections. Read more
Southern Cross is the "other" Constellation, an unknown and still-quiet offshoot of the two extremely popular cocktail and whisky bars. Same selection, same neon lights, same guys in tuxedo vests, just run by the wife of Constellation's owner instead. Shhh. Read more
Sister outlet to the fine, fine, fine Sushi Oyama, with a daily changing set menu of small dishes. Overseen by Oyama of Sushi Oyama, run by a chef from Tokyo who's worked for Nadaman and Nobu. Read more
A tiny boutique deli selling foods and natural products imported from Greece. Amphora markets as a shop catering to the healthy lifestyle. Read more
This is the Shanghai branch of a 16-branch-strong Italian restaurant chain. Offerings are largely classsics, like gnocchi al pomodoro, home made spinach papardelle in mushroom cream sauce, pizzas, and grilled meats. Read more
Anfu Hui in Chinese, is an eclectic venue starting with a furniture and tea retail on the ground floor, restaurant and private dining on the second and third floor and rooftop garden on the 4th, catering to functions, wine tasting and afternoon tea. Read more
The Radisson Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai is a deluxe boutique hotel, located within seven hectares of historical gardens. This unique garden hotel provides an oasis for guests to relax and enjoy themselves whether in Shanghai for business or leisure. Read more
Chinese hand pulled noodles or La Mian -- hand-pulled wheat noodles in soup -- . The noodles, freshly made to order. Read more
A coffee shop that is very popular with locals and the odd expat, Marienbad Cafe is a quaint, little retreat hidden on one of the area's quieter streets. The cozy interior's ambiance is more inclined toward that of a used book store then the cold sterility of many of... Read more
This hotel is exquisitely designed to give a 1920's feel, and is prices as the most expensive in the city. If you can get around the rather flashy furniture, the lobby is quite lovely with loads of period antiques and old photos on the walls. If nothing else, head up... Read more
An affordable alternative to super expensive rugs, CarpetStan's Rugs are brought straight from local artisans from Kashgar to Afghanistan to Samarkand to Esfahan all the way to your home. They also provide professional carpet cleaning. Read more
The Singaporean / American owners focus on tailoring skincare to individual needs by providing a thorough skin analysis before any treatment, choosing the right organic products of the spa's own line, and sharing knowledge on how to care for your skin. The Sanctuary... Read more
The second branch of the popular, hole in the wall wine bar on Fuxing Lu. The Wuxing Lu branch place is more a sandwich shop than a watering hole. Opens early February 2013. Read more
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