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Physical is a popular gym with various locations throughout Shanghai. They have cardio equipment, free weights and a large floor for classes such as yoga, belly dancing and kickboxing. Personal trainers also available for private tutorials. Read more
One of the orginal and best Vietnamese restaurants in Shanghai, serving all the Vietnamese favourites including a good selection of pho. Read more
American-style fast food burger chain. Is it better or worse than McDonald's? Yes. Read more
A hot pot chain that combines food and fun, with various screens around the venue showing movies or tv shows. Private rooms can even cater for KTV while you eat. Read more
Japanese homeware, accessories, and clothing shop. Design-y and minimal. Read more
Japanese chocolate maker that specializes in the "Nama chocolate", a soft chocolate that will melt at room temperature. Price for a small box of these is around 130rmb, and you'll need to refrigerate them quickly after purchase. They also have chocolate bars from... Read more
Moosan Seafood provides a variety of imported seafood, especially fresh sashimi, and has many outlets in Shanghai. It has an open kitchen where you can watch the fish being prepared. In most of the outlets, you are able to sit down for a proper meal, whereas some are... Read more
Californian food brand Cal Phresh's first flagship store. Serves up ice cream, juice, smoothies, milkshakes and salads. Read more
Cheap and greasy mall food from a big California franchise. They serve "pretzels" and all-beef sausages from outlets that look like Subways: glass-fronted counters, heater hoods for baked stuff, usually nowhere to sit. The goods are handmade on a steel counter by... Read more
Ray-Ban eyewear store at Metro City. Read more
LensCrafters is a major retail brand of optical and sunglasses. Read more
A Suan Cai Yu (Sichuan fish with pickled mustard greens) specialized restaurant. To guarantee your fish-eating experience here, they do not have tables for more than four people. And they claim their Suan Cai (pickled mustard greens) tastes better than the fish. Read more
Stalwart optometrist and glasses chain. Read more
Glasses chain with a range of frames and attentive service. Read more
Glasses chain with brands such as Burberry, Ray-Ban and Dior. Read more
Chain of restaurants and one of the longest running with quality ingredients and good service. One of the mainstays in Shanghai. Read more
One of innumerable stands and larger cafe-style spaces dedicated to expensive (but so, so good) Brooklyn-born ice-cream brand. Bet you thought it was Swiss or something! They're typically dressed up in pastel colors and refined, photogenic seating. Read more
Blah blah blah STUFFED CRUST PIZZA. Also, little league victory meals and personal pan pizzas after the rollerskating rink. Then China! Pizza Hut (better known as bi sheng ke) opened in Beijing in 1990; now the country is its second-largest market in the world. Its... Read more
Fine Yoga is a big chain studio that operates in Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen. They also has a retreat center in Hubei. Their studios offer group classes daily, in the morning, noon, and evening. Private sessions are also available on request. Some of their... Read more