Part of the Wagas group, the Bistro is on a higher end in comparison. Read more
Saizeriya is a Japanese approximation of a family-style Italian restaurant, with thousands of outlets in Japan. They do simple Italo stuff at rock-bottom prices. It's the cheapest "Western" food in China -- 10rmb pastas, 6rmb glasses of wine -- and you get what you... Read more
Ippudo is an international chain renowned for its Japanese ramen noodles. As with most Japanese specialty restaurants, the menu is pared down to a few items. The noodles come in five or six different kinds of soup with different seasonings and toppings. Other... Read more
The two-layer, 1250 sq. meter stage is the first theater-style, multi-function indoor stadium in China. Acting also as a conference center, the venue can hold up to 10,000 attendees for performances and 12,000 people at sporting events. Read more
Specialize in a broth made from meaty Jinhua ham bones. Milder stuff. Read more
The Uncle is known for its lively local atmosphere, traditional Chinese fare and a whole lot of it. Simple, dark red decor and large round tables cater to big group dinners. Spare ribs are an absolute must have. Read more
Fiery Sichuan-style hot pot. Main point of difference is their fish head -- the yu tou in the name -- which is basically the centerpiece of every table eating here. Plenty of other Sichuan dishes, and various parts of a carp besides its head, available too.... Read more
Spicy Joint is ridiculously popular for their cheap, cheap, cheap stylized Sichuan food, in a young & fashionable environment. The waits for a table are notorious. Read more
A cafe that is "Wagas inspired." If you like that sort of thing. Read more
The Studio Gallery of PX2 Shanghai is dedicated to showcasing the photography and design of established International and Chinese artists in Shanghai. It's part of PX2 Fine Art Print Studio, which is using Art Giclee printing, to create large format prints of... Read more
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