Casual Eats In Shanghai: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

Casual Eats In Shanghai: Best Laid-Back Restaurants

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Forget the fuss of a fancy dinner - sometimes it's better to keep it casual. Here are the best trendy and casual Shanghai restaurants, perfect for a relaxed meal.

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    I can't believe some of you said the ramen is good. Compared to what, instant noodles? Wow, you guys don't know ramen. Having said this, the ribs are amongst the best in shanghai -- Neo Matrix via Foursquare
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    Monday night is buy one get one free burger night, try the Parma Ham, Arugula, and Brie. If you have a large group, call early to make a reservation -- Bryan Pace via Foursquare
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    Got the Hindquarters delivered - damn, I would have never expected a pulled pork BBQ everything bagel with cream cheese to work, but it was marvelous. -- Alex Dobyan via Foursquare
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    If you buy a pot of tea they make you pay 10rmb extra for a second empty cup! Hmmm. -- Mark Solomons via Foursquare
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    Sunday special Big Daddy breakfast is pretty good, but a bit pricey at 79 RMB. Place is jam packed on weekends, but once you've bagged a table you're golden. -- Dave Khayat via Foursquare
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    Rebranded Gourmet Café. Much more limited selection and missing my all time favorite Tom Chutney. No more side salad provided, same high prices, same small-ish burgers. Might have lost its crown. -- Ukann Lam via Foursquare
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    hi everyone! thanks for visiting hlk. the correct address is 144 yongkang lu, between xiangyang lu and taiyuan lu. c u soon!! our hours are from 11am - 10pm everyday. -- hungry lung via Foursquare
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    The service has gotten consistently worse; the staff are inattentive and dimwitted. Might be time to find a new place for my morning coffee -- Paul Ark via Foursquare
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    This pizzeria makes up for its meagre-sized pizzas with its generous serving of quality toppings. The thin-crust margherita (75RMB) is made tastier by drizzling chilli-oil over the gooey mozzarella. -- Time Out Shanghai via Foursquare
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    Why is it in China in general but esp at any Wagas concept cafe they serve latte coffee which basically burn your mouth. Warm guys, not scolding! Expat taitai nirvana. -- Dean Lapthorne via Foursquare
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    My favourite coffee shop in Shanghai. Friendly staff, great coffee, always give my dog some water too. Good for coffees, juice, small selection of cakes and cookies, but coffee is priority number one! -- Martin Brown via Foursquare
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    Extraordinary number of tall and attractive women here. Was going to take a photo to share, but then realized how creepy that was. This is a borderline creepy tip as is. -- Chendaddy via Foursquare
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