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Where to Eat in Shanghai?

Shanghai Restaurants

Where to eat in Shanghai? For your reference, the following are the most popular places and restaurants to eat in Shanghai:

Lu Bo Lang Restaurant is famous ofr its authentic Shanghai cuisine. High quality ingredients are used for their Shanghai cuisine, Shanghai dim sum, crab banquet, shark fin, etc. Located on 131 Yu Yuan Rd. Shanghai.

Blue Sky Rotational is the largest restaurant of its kind in the Far East, it changes its menu on a monthly basis to alternate special dishes from Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas. Located on 161 Changle Road.

Juelin Vegetarian Restaurant is a famous vegetarian restaurant in Shanghai, it serves such special dishes as minced fish braised with wolf-berries, imitation duck meat and ham. Located on 250 East Jinling Road.

 
Lupolang Restaurant is Shanghai's most famous pastry shop selling dozens of light refreshments in both Shanghai and Lake Taihu pleasureboat styles. These include steamed buns stuff with mushroom and vegetable, stuffed buns with three kinds of sliced meat and vegetable, pyramid-shaped dumpling of glutinous rice and ham wrapped in reed leaves, and flaky cakes stuffed with jujube paste. Located on 131 Yuyuan Road.

Meilongzhen Restaurant is a renowned restaurant characterized by its Sichuan dishes prepared in the Shanghai style. Specialties include braised prawns, egg plants in fermented bean sauce, ginkgo nuts cooked with shrimp meat, and double-cooked pork sandwishes. Located on 22 Lane No. 1081, Nanjing Road.

 
Shanghai Old Restaurant is a hundred-year-old establishment in the local Shanghai culinary style. Freshwater fish is the strength of this restaurant, whose menu features such delicacies as eight-treasure duck, red-cooked bullhead fish and braised meat preserved in fermented rice en casserole. Located on 242 Fuyou Road.

Wangbaohe Restaurant is established in 1744 as one of the oldest restaurant in Shanghai. Wangbaohe gradually rose to fame for its service of old and mellow rice wine from Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, such as Huadiao, Taidiao, Old Jianfan and Jinpo. The culinary style of Wangbaohe draws heavily from various schools of Chinse cuisin. Freshwater crabs are a very popular dish in this restaurant. Located on 603 Fuzhou Road.

 
Yangzhou Restaurant is famous in Shanghai for its Yangzhou style dishes from the well-known Mu's Family Kitchen. Major dishes include pork in jelly, stewed crab ovum with pork patties, Mu's braised meat slices, minced fish with pine nut kernels. Its famous pastry includes lightly fried dumplings stuffed with scallion-flavored porl, and eight-treasure shaomai. Located on 72 West Nanjing Road

 

What to Eat in Shanghai?

For introduction of Shanghai cuisine, foods, snacks and specialties, please visit our Shanghai Cuisine page.

 





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