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
There are a bunch of W.W. Chan & Sons outlets in town and they pride themselves in being some of the best old-school gents' tailors in China. They have been making suits since 1952, and still retain the skills and traditions of bespoke men's tailoring. There are... Read more
This Taiwanese owners of this Shanghainese restaurant solemnly swear not to use MSG or low quality swill oil in their cooking, which has garnered lots of from resident foodies. Standout performers on the menu include their fried duck leg, the hongshao rou, and their... Read more
Professional Massage spa, specialising in oil massage, using imported organic oils. Read more
The name speaks for itself - expect to be waited on hand and foot. The Regal International Hotel is breathtaking from the moment you walk in, and all of the rooms are spacious and luxurious. The staff are attentive and friendly, and we find little fault in that. Read more
This is one of the most popular and delicious cheap Dongbei restaurants in the former French Concession. It's really popular with foreign faces, but don't let that put you off, the food is fantastic, the service is just-about friendly and the prices are excellent.... Read more
Eleganza Uomo bespoke tailor might be one of the best tailors in the city, it has several locations in both Puxi and Pudong, you can contact them to find out the nearest shop. Read more
The Shanghai Conservatory of Music is a music research institute and a public university with the departments: musicology, composition and conducting, voice, piano, orchestral instruments, Chinese instruments, music education and musical drama. It's concert hall... Read more
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
Bao Luo or Paul (it's English nickname you won't see this on the sign) is always packed with locals and expatriates. Value for money here is its biggest selling point, the food is not the best, for the cost it's not too bad. It's a good place to start in China if... 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
Wai Po Jia, or Grandma's House as it's known in English, is wildly popular with the locals. It's for good reason, too. It's a handsome restaurant with a slick contemporary decor and reasonably hip music in the background. Service is remarkably prompt and friendly by... Read more
Fukuchan is a closet-sized Japanese joint for charcoal-grilled skewers and cold Asahi beer. The menu is primarily chicken (wing, liver, heart, skin, thigh, Japanese-style chicken meatballs) seasoned either with salt or a sweet soy sauce, along with a smattering of... Read more
Upscale Shanghainese food for upscale people. They have a particularly good reputation for the red-braised pork belly -- hongshao rou -- a stone-cold Shanghainese classic. The rest is, frankly, mediocre. 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
Bankura is a tiny Japanese restaurant situated just shy of street level. Menu offerings are standard izakaya fare--small plates of grilled seafood and meats, etc.--with a focus on soba noodles. A 39rmb lunch deal makes it a popular mid-day haunt. Read more
Honest Italian food in a down-home environment. If you're looking for a few favorites at prices that won't break the bank, Pane e Vino is a great option, and you can put together a nice meal excluding wine for under 100rmb. Of note is the pizza, the crust of which is... 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
Hidden down a small street off of Huashan Lu, Time Passage (or Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow in Chinese) has somehow managed to stay open and running since 1994. It's a great place for a relaxing drink during the week and every weekend they have live blues, jazz, or... Read more
The Dramatics Art Center hosts the better English-language productions in Shanghai, including one or two works by the Bard each year. Tucked way away down small Anfu Lu it's an unexpectedly robust structure with an impressive theater. Read more
The Longemont Shanghai (Formerly known as The Regent Shanghai) is home to 511 large, stylish rooms and is conveniently located for quick access into Shanghai's prime business and entertainment areas such as Huaihai Road, the Bund, and Xujiahui. The high-rise... Read more
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