Restaurants Reviews

Hey folks, I am going back to China and whenever I travel, I never seem to have the best of luck finding good restaurants. I am bringing my mom, whoever doesn’t like spicy food. . So, what are the best restaurants in Shanghai and if there’s a website you know of could you provide the link? Thanks. Do you know what I found? Local Restaurants: 1221 Bao Luo Restaurant Meilongzhen Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant Western Restaurants: Da Marco Malone’s M on the Bund Sasha’s For details and address:

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May 16, 2014

3 thoughts on “Restaurants Reviews

  1. Dee Lowell568

    Shanghai is one of the most expensive places in China. So if you’re a backpacker, you should leave after a couple days to get more for your money. But in either case, stop eating McD’s and KFC!

    That said, the best places to get cheap good food are:

    1) Steam buns on random streets during the day. (1 RMB)
    2) BBQ meats & vegetables from Uigar BBQ stands on random streets at night. (1-2 RMB per piece)
    3) Food streets, like the one off of West Nanjing Lu, between Shimen Lu and Qinghai Lu. That one is in the process of being decommissioned, so I’m not sure if it’s still there right now. But there are others. If it’s still there, that one is the best place for you. If not, there are more

  2. Paulina Masterson516

    Several big culinary blocs have poured into Shanghai one after another. Restaurants featuring various kinds of dishes, like Beijing food, Yangzhou food, Sichuan food, Cantonese food, Suzhou food, Hangzhou food, Wuxi food, Ningbo food and Shanghai’s local dishes have emerged in Shanghai. In Shanghai you can also find famous dishes from many countries, such as Western cafes, American food, Japanese food, Italian food, Indian food, Korean food, Vietnamese food, Thai food.

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