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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
Hong Kong style cafe (Cha Canting), offering quirky Cantonese snacks and dishes. Read more
This shop offers well-known designer undergarments as well as swimwear for men and women. Read more
This is Nike's largest store in Shanghai, a multi-level temple to expensive (but real) running and basketball shoes, sportswear and products. Read more
Cath Kidston is a British brand specializing in all kinds of homeware, bags and the like, crafted out of kitschy floral fabrics and prints. All candy-colored quaintness, it's pretty and pricey. Read more
The Source stocks skate gear, T-shirts, trainers, glasses and other accessories, for hip-hop minded guys and girls with money to spare. It's not cheap, but it makes for a cool shopping experience and it's a good place to find brands that don't appear elsewhere. Read more
This pizzeria has changed its name to Pizza Express, then decided to change it back to Pizza Marzano in 2016. They hew to the more authentic, thin-crusted Roman and Neapolitan pies. One of their specialty is the Peking Duck, Beijingese roasted duck on thin crust with... Read more
Guangdong tea shop chain HEYTEA claims they are the first to invent the cheese tea—naigai cha (奶盖茶), pairing various freshly brewed teas with cheese foam on top. Their first shop in Shanghai went viral when it opened, inspiring six-hour wait times. The shop offers... Read more
A gift shop dedicated to the characters from Studio Ghibli films. Read more
Following a stupendously popular pop-up in the basement of K11 Art Mall in June 2018, the precision automated and robot-manned bar/cafe has secured a ground-floor location in Raffles City. Although it's not entirely Terminator-run, the venue's unique selling point is... Read more
LensCrafters is a major retail brand of optical and sunglasses. Read more
Deacons is a Hong Kong-based law firm that offers legal advice in 16 key service areas, with access to over 200 lawyers and three representative offices in Mainland China. Read more
Popular chain of Shanghai Min's casual dining brand, focusing on Shanghai-style snacks like shengjian, crab roe xiaolong, scallion pancake with a creative twist. Lots of small eats, combined with some Asian and even western-style simple eats. Read more
Popular Yunan-style hotpot restaurant specializing in fish initially cooked in a stone pot, then added to the hotpot. They have several locations scattered around town, this one is on the 5th floor of Raffles City, People's Square. Read more
Glasses chain started in 2010, stores all over town. Read more
The People's Square location of Dohton Bori - a decent attempt at the delicious Japanese dish okonomiyaki (a large amount of veg and meat grilled between two pancakes and smothered in delicious sauce). Similar to jianbing but round and thicker. Each head at Dohton... Read more
A sub-brand under Singaporean JUMBO Seafood, serving both Southern Asian classics and fusion-sytle Jiangnan Chinese with a less-expensive pricing. Read more
Edward Lynx is a management consulting firm specialising in leadership development. They gathered a wide range of competencies in clinical psychology, organizational and industrial psychology, economics and finance, business, and international relations in order to... Read more
The prickly British designer got a start dressing the Sex Pistols and continues to be a champion of punk fashion and environmental activism. She's had her eye on China for a while, staging her first catwalk here in 2003 and opening her first store in 2011 at Grand... Read more