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5468 0118


8 Jianguo Zhong Lu,
near Chongqing Nan Lu


Huangpu 黄浦


Dapu Bridge, 5 mins. walk


Daily, 10am-12am




$ $ $ $ $ (Show Legend)


Daily, 4-7pm and 10pm-12pm, buy one get one free, all drinks except bottles of wine



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Last updated: March 31, 2014

Kakadu is a modern casual Western restaurant with a small but plush lounge and a menu scattered with "bush spices", game meats like crocodile and kangaroo, and a range of standard steaks, pizzas, and pastas.

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Dining, Nightlife, Australian, Bars, Wireless

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Every Monday at Kakadu Aussie resto is Mussel Mania. 108rmb gets you all the New Zealand Green-lipped mussels you can eat. They come in four different sauces along with fries and garlic toast. Available from 6–10pm.
Every Mon at Kakadu
Every Tuesday night at Kakadu Aussie resto serves freshly-shucked imported oysters at 150rmb per dozen from 6pm until they run out. Reservations highly recommended.
Every Tue until May 31 at Kakadu
Kakadu is offering whole roasted turkeys and all the trimmings to take home. Get a 6kg roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potato, mashed pumpkin, honeyed baby carrots, peas, cranberry sauce, gravy and pumpkin pie! Straight out of the oven and cooked to perfection! Place your order before 3:00pm on Wednesday. Pick-up only. Like their Facebook page, and share their turkey promotion for a chance to win one free turkey plus trimmings (drawn on 24th November). Price: Turkey + trimmings = 888rmb.
Daily until Nov 30 at Kakadu
It's an all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving buffet for four days at Kakadu. Unlimited helpings of roast turkey with gravy and cranberry sauce, roasted pork with apple sauce, baked barramundi, mashed potato and pumpkin, seasonal vegetables, macaroni and cheese, salads, breads, fresh fruit, warm pumpkin pie with whipped cream, and bread 'n' butter pudding with ice-cream. 148rmb for adults, 124rmb for kids. See the schedule at the jump.
Daily until Nov 30 at Kakadu


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Aug 4th, 2013


Joined Jan/10
Posted 27 Reviews
From: British

An Aussie, a Pom and a Kiwi go to an Australian bar....

The good: Nice setting, with an extensive Aussie wine list. The oysters were delicious, we went on the day they have a promotion for them, the dozen disappeared pretty quick! They're advertised as being shipped up live and being the freshest in town, and they certainly tasted like it. I would definitely go back again for the oysters.

As it was our first time, we'd never seen the menu, and we got drawn in by the meat. The lamb was the best dish of night! The only other time I seem to eat in this town is at Xinjiang restaurants, and the flavour here is on a whole new level. When I go back, I'll definitely have the lamb.

Great service from front of house, kitchen was a bit slow, more on that later! Waitress was easy to get hold of and had no communication problems.

The bad: Steak was waaaay over cooked, we debated sending it back but it took so long to come out, and a good ten minuted after my friends lamb dish, that we just ate it. Chalked it up to "ah this is Shanghai", but really, it shouldnt be like that in a Western restaurant, particularly one where the bill runs into the thousands. We had the tomahawk, which is best for two or one seriously hungry mo fo.

Also pet peeve of mine is restaurants in Shanghai using packet chips. Back home you'd never serve fish and chips with chips out a bag, and Kakadu is another restaurant on the list that does it. They're so bland and boring and really bring a good meal down - when you're paying Shanghai prices for western food, I just feel a bit let down by the frozen chips, it's what a roadside cafe in England would use.

The strange - When chatting to the Aussie front of house dude, and chatting about where we're all from, he said he was from Cairns, and had we heard of it....still not sure if that's Queensland humour or if he genuinely thought an Aussie, a Kiwi and a pom knew where Cairns was....

I'd defo go back again, despite the few little issues, the food was great, and tasted normal, no weird surprises, no MSG (hopefully) just good old Aussie tucker

This are reviews posted by members of Kakaduwithin the past 2 years.

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