Cloud 9 is located at the 87th floor of Grand Hyatt Shanghai. It is a great place to enjoy the skycrapers at Pudong area with a seat enjoying the music and the drink. Although the drink is quite... more
dont forget to reserve, it's hard to get a table in there...the dumplings are outstanding, you will not find better ones.
also, you can watch them being made by hand...don't miss it. on the upper... more
This larger restaurant branch is fantastic with formal dinning, great service, relaxed, clean, tidy, pleasantly decorated with hardly an empty table. If you get yourslf a private room you will have... more
I have to say this place isn't bad, but it isn't the best in Shanghai like everyone says. The service is OK, the wine list is extensive and expensive, and the menu is a bit short on the selections. So... more
The ambiance is perfect, truly Shanghai. Even my Shanghainese friend swears that this is still the best local place to eat, at a great location - Xin Tian Di! The Grandmother's Pork is a must have, it... more
Why do they have to speak English? They won't even answer in Putonghua when spoken to in their native language, until the last minute when leaving, then they were all smiles and friendly. Were they... more
The interior of the restaurant is good but thats about all that is good.
Its well over priced and i was even overcharged for something we did not order so check your bill. You even have to pay for a... more
This was the best restuarant i have ever been to in shanghai. The best part is that it is made exactly for foreigners. i guess. coz most people there were non-chinese. there was this duck thing.... more
Good food, went there at lunch
Set menu at 40RMB
Be very careful of drinks prices, The menu didnt have drinks prices on, and I stupidly didnt ask about the price.
They were 20RMB for a can of coke!... more
Well this is a famous teahouse in Shanghai in the YuYuan Gardens. It is situated in the middle of a small lake on poles, and is very hard to miss! It is right next to the famous zig zag bridge! A... more
In Shanghai, you're not far from great freshly brewed coffee. There are lots of coffee places, some foreign and some domestic. You can find the familiar Starbucks at the Chenghuang Temple, located... more
Established in the 1930s, Meilongzhen is a Shanghai institution, having been visited by countless foreign dignitaries, as is evident from the photos on the walls. It serves Shanghainese and Sichuanese... more
This is one of the best indian restaurants. we loved the kebabs! The kebabs are served on the live grille at the table. The staff is good & would give recommendations.
The food is great! We had... more
A restaurant shaped like a dragon lit with neon lights parked just below the Nanpu Bridge. The exterior and interior are very grand & just like dining on an emperor's feast. Order the famous hairy... more
My buddy has been living in Shanghai for five years and everytime he goes back to the States, he eats Mexican food until he gets tired of it, because as he said: "There are no good Mexican restaurants... more
For the price, I wouldn't eat here again. I've had better. Or maybe because the Indian restaurant a few meters away (Tandoor Restaurant), I felt, served better tasting food. I don't remember much from... more
J's first restaurant opened in Xintiandi a few years back and was one of the first upscale sushi restaurants to open in Shanghai. Since then, they added a second location in Pudong's Super Brand Mall,... more
Shanghai is modern China's largest metropolis and one of the greatest cities of the 21st century. Like any great city, it is many things to many people - c.f. its old nicknames "Paris of the East" and...
On our plane trip from Guilin to Shanghai, it was my first and only time with a window seat, and I took full advantage of that. I knew Shanghai was a BIG city but I never knew exactly how BIG until we...