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    • ADDRESS:
      408 Shaanxi Bei Lu,
      near Beijing Xi Lu
      陕西北路408号, 近北京西路
    • PHONE:
      6288 8773
    • WECHAT:
    • AREA:
    • METRO:
      15 mins walk from West Nanjing Rd
    • HOURS:
      Mon-Fri, 11am-midnight
      Sat&Sun, 11am-10.30pm
    • CARDS:
      Local cards accepted, WeChat, Alipay
    • PRICE:
      $$$ $$
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    • Editor's Description
      One of the only Austrian restaurants in Shanghai, Daliah serves a good veal schnitzel and also hosts community events. The service here can be slower than the bank, but the proprietors are well-intentioned, if not absent-minded. On the positive side, the place is extremely kid-friendly. They have a slide going from the second floor to the first, and several swings in the restaurant. Huge windows next to the street make this a fine spot for some coffee in Jing'an. For full meals, expect to pay at least 100rmb per person, but less if you're just getting a sandwich or a dessert.
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  • The place to go in Shanghai
    For Daliah on April 12, 2016
    Value for Money
    Suitable for ...
    The Food
    A Date
    The Drinks
    With Family
    The Service
    Business Dinner
    With Friends
    Joined Feb 23, 2016
    Is Austrian
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Since I am Austrian, friends prepared me to check out this Austrian-owned fusion restaurant. I have to say that I expected something really different. It was hip(ster) weirdness in the best positive way.

    The interiour is incredible, the atmosphere on a chilled weekend day was perfect, everyone seemed happy and relaxed and the best part - the food was incredible!
    We had veal Schnitzel, tuna tartar, eggs hollandais and a cheese platter and everything was so delicious! I was really happy to get my Schnitzel, but in general, the fusion kitchen that they offer you - it's just so good.

    The owner was very friendly, staff was fine, friendly!

    Ohhh and check out the toilet...

    I will be back soon!

    Austrian-styled pandemonium
    For Daliah on July 19, 2015
    Value for Money
    Suitable for ...
    The Food
    A Date
    The Drinks
    With Family
    The Service
    Business Dinner
    With Friends
    Joined Aug 25, 2006
    Posted 13 Reviews
    One thing I normally wouldn't associate with Austrians - "pure f*cking pandemonium." They've created a space that probably looked amazing in the 3D renderings - a slide from the second floor to the first; high ceilings, swings, concrete, open-faced sandwiches, wide selection of beers, etc.

    What they ended up with: an echo chamber that bounces the sound around so much that the noise level is intolerable. Children running around, using the slides and swings. I watched in horror as one kid ran down the slide - one false step and he would have flown headfirst into concrete flooring from a height. Not that anyone would have heard his screams over the din.

    We tried the open faced octopus salad sandwich - it was "OK" although very cold and tough from sitting in the refrigerator. Made me wish I had the tasty version served at Henkes.

    Young staff that are trying their best but I imagine it wasn't the first beer that they had to comp. Like every restaurant in Shanghai - where in the world is the manager on a busy Saturday?

    On the plus side are the drinks - great selection of craft beers, various types of lemonade (lychee was tasty), a few wines on the menu. Locals didn't seem phased by the chaos: happily camped out working on architectural drawing projects, letting their kids run rampant, sipping sugar-laden lattes.

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