• 1221 Restaurant

    The go-to place when treating visiting friends or family to a toned-down version of Shanghai cuisine, with a few of China's most popular dishes also available.[open]

  • ARK

    If looking to impress guests in a polished Chinese restaurant, ARK is a good start. Their high-quality ingredients shine through their regional cuisines.[open]

  • Blissful Butterfly

    A comfortable and elegant restaurant with Eastern style, simple design and basic color tones of black, white and cream. It is decorated with Chinese calligraphy, paintings, plants and furniture. Enjoy [open]

  • Chateau 599

    Once known as ShiLe, this boutique lifestyle center has been rebranded as Chateau 599, though much inside remains the same, including its modern Chinese restaurant, its spa and the conference [open]

  • China Bistro

    China Bistro bridges the old with the new. They capture the simple essence of home-cooked Chinese cuisine and serve it in a modern environment overlooking Shanghai’s Old City.[open]

  • Chun Zai Cha & Living

    Seasonal, healthy, modern Chinese cuisine.[open]

  • Dian Shui Lou

    Located in Shanghai Cao He Gin Hi-Tech Park, Dian Shui Lou offers a modern take on the classic recipes of the Yangtze River Delta.[open]

  • Dragon Phoenix

    Housed in the restored Peace Hotel, the Dragon Phoenix is the quintessential Shanghai dining experience. Gaze over The Bund and Huangpu River as you sample exquisite Shanghainese and Canonese cooking. [open]

  • Emerald Garden Chinese Restaurant

    Emerald Garden Chinese Restaurant located on the 2nd level of Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao Hotel, a restaurant in an oriental ambience with traditional Chinese style and unique decoration. The [open]

  • Golden Anchor

    Hairy crabs and "hongxiaorou" fill the pages of this restaurant, which cooks most of its Shanghai delicacies to a good standard.[open]

  • Grape

    Very popular with Expats for the consistently good servings and the staff's comparatively excellent English.[open]

  • Home's Restaurant

    Great choice for reliable Shanghainese food that is both presentable and unpretencious. [open]

  • Hongqiao Household Restaurant

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  • Jesse Restaurant

    Possibly the oldest group of authentic Shanghainese restaurants with a loyal following. The renowned braised pork served in clay pot is a must-try. Reservations essential. [open]

  • Le Sheng

    Le Sheng is the new Chinese concept by David Laris. In a warm and well-designed environment, guests can enjoy traditional Shanghainese flavors, presented in a modern and healthy way. A [open]

  • Lv Bo Lang

    "Smelling the fragrance I stop at the famous restaurant and attracted by the flavour I park my car at the Lu Bo Lang." Shanghai Lu Bo Lang [open]

  • Lynn

    Lynn serves up stylish and modern Shanghai cuisine amid an art deco-inspired environment. It combines good cuisine and efficient service in an upmarket environment - all at a reasonable price.[open]

  • Maison de l'Hui

    Maison de l'Hui specializes in blending Shanghainese delicacies with Cantonese cuisine. The chefs use modern cooking methods to tease the best flavors out of each carefully prepared dish. With the [open]

  • Pop Restaurant

    Keeping it in the family, this diner has been owned by the same household for over 25 years, cooking up their home cuisine for the city's palates.[open]

  • Shanghai Dim Sum

    A trendy restaurant whose focus is on traditional Shanghai breakfast food.[open]

  • Shanghai Uncle Restaurant

    Big, brash banquet hall with the atmosphere of a true Chinese hangout. Bedecked in red and gold, it has all the city's classic dishes on the menu, plus some of [open]

  • Shanghai Xian Qiang Fang

    The culture of Chinese dining, developed over thousands of years, is brought back to its original roots at Xian Qiang Fang. Tempt your palate with a taste of traditional folk [open]

  • Xiao Nan Guo

    Crab, red-cooked pork and pig's feet are just some of the popular Shanghai-style dishes that have made this restaurant famous among Shanghai residents.[open]

  • Xin Ji Shi

    Chain of restaurants with charming interiors that reflect the unique flavors of their famous dishes, which include Chicken Broth Parcels and Crab Meat on Steamed Egg Whites.[open]

  • Ye Shanghai

    Modern Shanghainese dining, featuring executive business lunch and dinner menus, intimate dining, a climate-controlled wine cellar, and a weekend dim sum brunch.[open]

  • Yin Par Le Garcon Chinois

    Yin Par Le Garcon Chinois is the combination of two former restaurants (Yin and Le Garcon Chinois). It features a largely Chinese menu, featuring dishes from Canton, Sichuan and Shanghai [open]

  • The Yongfoo Elite

    Remnant of concession-era Shanghai, this swish mansion retains a Western ambiance while packing in lots of antique Chinese furnishings. It's a very calm, relaxed space serving portentous cuisine.[open]

  • Yuan Yuan

    The sweet scents of Shanghainese cuisine waft our from this plush place, though sometimes the appetizing smell and the actual taste find themselves worlds apart.[open]