The Essential Shanghai Restaurants

The Essential Shanghai Restaurants

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Find out what's cooking at these outstanding restaurants in Shanghai.

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    Maya's quality Mexican fare appears also at brunch. Try the blackened fish tacos with regular coffee served with two fresh churros. For stronger drink options, choose bottomless margaritas or sangria. -- Time Out Shanghai via Foursquare
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    This brewery has six locally-made beers on tap at all time with a variety of styles. During happy hour (until 8pm), pints are 35 RMB. -- Shanghai Beer Week via Foursquare
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    Ladies night on Wednesday with 3 nice drinks choice(bar on the 2nd floor). Very nice music-different from other bars in the city. Nice people also!10 points!love it much!!! -- Elena Seyfert via Foursquare
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    Annoyed! You gotta pay corkage fee to consume wines that you buy here.. 80 kuay! -- Els Ramadhinta via Foursquare
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    Delicious food, try farm grown chicken leg; served with pesto sauce. Portion is a bit small. Free given bread and olive oli are also good. -- Deniz Turac via Foursquare
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    Great food in a cafeteria style eatery ... Recommend for a brunch or coffee stop. Just like university... except its clean, food tastes great, no food fights ... So nothing like university really!?! -- Franco Moras via Foursquare
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    The raspberry tart is definitely a little box of happiness. Fresh raspberries and great jam with nice sour jam. Heavenly good. Tips: you need a bit of luck to catch them serving raspberry tart. -- Chen Wu 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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    As if the lush, aromatic interior of Lost Heaven isn't romantic enough on its own, they also serve myriad South Asian dishes prepared by expert Yunnan chefs. 10% off with our VIP card! -- Enjoy Weekly Shanghai via Foursquare
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    happy hour before 7pm. bone marrow, aubergine dip & bread, bacon & maple syrup, duck scratchings... amazing & will def be back. good vibes + service. spot on! -- Amy Wong via Foursquare
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    Jean-Georges Vongerichten teamed up with Shanghai-based design duo Neri & Hu at this rustic-chic, Bund-side Italian restaurant. Wood-fired pizzas, fresh pastas, and stellar fish options top the menu. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    It's a VERY clean, efficient operation with English speaking staff. Even tho it felt a bit like a conveyor belt for tourists, I enjoyed the food. Had the pork and crab xiaolongbao. Empty at 5pm Sunday -- Frank Castle via Foursquare
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