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From shows to international sports and trade events, Shanghai is truly a city of diverse life offering a year round calendar of interests and activities to intrigue and entertain. We endeavor to keep you informed and up to date at all times as to what is happening, where and when. Never a dull moment would not be inappropriate as this city’s motto.
Restrained Rockbund nook where chef Umberto's famed, Michelin-spangled, sophisti-modern northern Italian flavour bombs take Shanghai with serious swagger. Freshly baked bread and homemade pastas star alongside house-cured meats and heavenly imported cheeses. The walk-in wine cellar boasts 3,000+ bottles.
Dishy husband-and-wife duo rustle up American fusion delights such as PB lattes and fried chicken waffles alongside an eclectic trove of treasures. A homey shop n' flop combo in Downtown Shanghai.
If Italian food had a wardrobe, this one's wearing top hat and tails. The lauded Italian import swooped into Shanghai from the vineyards of Brusaporto last year, immediately flying high on its three Michelin stars. The light-filled Bund-based space enjoys a prime seat over the leaf-lined Huangpu river. Go for wallet-buster crustacean catches.
|3rd floor, N3 Building, 600 Zhongshan Road East No.2|
|+86 21 6330 2198|
Set foot inside this exposed brick Bund-side boite with playful painted glass sculptures, and wrap your mouth around chef 'Willy' Trullas Moreno's colourful, contempo, seasonal Spanish tidbits – and you'll instantly see why he's still going strong after all these years.
This alluring madame has placed everyone under a spell, in her restored 1930s villa packing piles of period charm, a tinkling piano, and top local fare incl. smoked fish and shredded tofu.
|1039 Yuyuan Lu, by Jiangsu Lu|
|+86 21 5237 1878|
A sweet honeymooner's homage to Grecian gastronomy in a converted villa, marrying Shanghainese decadence and decorum. Filled with Greek imports – think hand-hewn walnut chairs, marbled columns and mod-art. Choose the veranda for intimate candlelit evenings or take to the garden for larger groups by the alfrisky dip pool and BBQ pit. Res required.
Shanghai's fooderati are flocking to Austin Hu's refined mashup of Western, Asian and Chinese on the ground floor of the glammy Foster/Hetherwick Bund Finance Center. The slick light n' airy dining room with open kitchen and bar sets the scene for flavoursome comfort dishes like fiery Chongqing Hot Chicken, General Hu’s cauliflower, beef tartare and salted duck yolk lotus roots. Top marks for substance and style rarely found in this town.
|1/F 600 Zhongshan East 2nd Road, near Longtan Lu|
|+86 21 6312 9089|
Oh honey! It's out with the dark and in with the Michy starred light, where striking layers of muted brass, glass and mirror bring this 1916 Bund-side building back to life. Monsieur JG's Asian-influenced, mod Gallic cuisine is the very tasty cherry on top.
Buffet bound K-bbq by none other than Shanghai resti royalty, Mark Klingspon. A mix of old-new stylings - yes there’s arcade games, self-serve beer fridges and a live octopus tank for entertainment. Restyled in graffiti, this late-night eatery will have you drinking as the Koreans do. Jjang!
|Three on the Bund 2F, 17 Guangdong Road|
|+86 21 6330 5005|