Decent, mid-size Gansu eatery in Hongkou, near Luxun Park, best known for their "niu da wan" (big beef bowl), a ginormous bowl of Lanzhou la mian that goes for 98rmb and could feed two-to-four people. They're a proper Gansu-style noodle joint, so they give you like nine options for noodle thickness. They also serve lamb skewers and, naturally, cold Wusu beers from the fridge.
This historic theater up in Hongkou was once a temple, then it was Chinatown, now it's a bubbling club/lounge/bar regularly hosting cabaret theater shows. It's a really beautiful old space with a gallery and theater boxes, with a real feeling of...
The re-birthed German fine dining restaurant in partnership with the Paulaner group, returned after the original on Binjiang Dadao closed in 2018. Still white table-cloth environment and nice views over the river, except in Hongkou.
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