While I was sad to see QV leave its corner spot a few months ago, I’m glad that Popolo Group rebounded with a new Alimentari location. They’re still taking my money at a consistent rate. They’ve created a great little space that the Wuding strip needed. I can go in and grab a coffee, do some work, and leave with the most important of groceries… six types of cheese, prosciutto, and a bottle of Sambuca (if you’re me). I went to sample the actual food menu, and I was pleasantly surprised by the brunch. It’s a really fair price for what you get, and I’d recommend it.
I went for an order of Bacon Toast (RMB 55) and then a Caramelized Banana Waffle (RMB 55) because I wanted both, and I’m living the Shanghai dream over here. The staff did not judge me nor seem to care I ordered two dishes and a cookie for one, which makes me like them all the more. A normal person would be happy with one dish, but I feel that the salty/sweet balance really added to my lazy Sunday morning. I sat on my computer and did not have to talk to anyone. The atmosphere is busy but not loud, and it was good for people watching and getting a few things done.
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