Lovely views of French Concession from the top of one of Shanghai's finest hotels. Elegant continental cuisine and a taste of the finest things in life.
101 Yincheng Dong Road
Irish stews, breads and seafood in a banker's club setting. Guinness on tap.
Grand Hyatt Shanghai, Jin Mao Building,
Tel: 50491234 x8907
2 Century Boulevard
Open 24hrs. Great views and a wide selection of food.
459 Ruijin Er Road
Cheap Aussie fast food.
M on The Bund
7/F 20 Guangdong Road
Tue-Sun 11.30am-2.30pm, 6.15pm-10.30pm
One of Shanghai's very best. The large terrace offers unparalleled views of Pudong and the Bund. The food has been described as "eclectic European" and has strong Turkish, Lebanese, French and Italian influences. Great care is given to freshness, quality and presentation. There is an excellent selection of wines to complement your meal and the dessert, especially the pavlova is superb. If you can't get a table, enjoy the scene at the very cool bar. Conde Naste magazine considers it one of the best 100 restaurants in the world.
7 Hengshan Road
The Market, Shanghai Centre
1376 Nanjing Xi Road
Real Shanghai Café
253 Hua Shan Road
Housed in a magnificently restored 1920’s building, Sasha’s is widely renowned for both its fine food and its fascinating former residents - the influential Soong Sisters. Whether relaxing with a drink and dining on continental cuisine downstairs, enjoying bbq on the patio, sampling the new fine dining menu on the 2nd floor or simply retiring to the bar and cigar lounge on the 3rd floor, you can’t help wondering about the scenes in China’s history that were played out here when Shanghai was at its most decadent and later through the struggles of war and revolution.
New Asia Tomson Hotel
777 Zhangyang Road
Daily buffets. Weekend jazz brunch.
The Dome Diner
5/F Grand Gateway Plaza
1 Hongqiao Road
A wide range of choices from Asian favorites to 50s American diner style dishes,