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European
Huangpu/The Bund
10 reviews
The huge menu offers something for most tastes, and surprises for everyone. A rich gazpacho is served with toasted bread, tomato, roasted chile peppers, fresh anchovies, and arugula. — Condé Nast Traveler
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European
Huangpu/The Bund
8 reviews
The location of this "experimental restaurant" by Paul Pairet (of Mr & Mrs Bund fame) is a secret. — Fodor's
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European
Huangpu/The Bund
10 reviews
Shanghai’s first fine-dining Western-style restaurant, framed against the pink TV tower and other kitschy buildings of Pudong across the Huangpu River. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Xintiandi
8 reviews
This restaurant and nightclub sports a decidedly modern edge, thanks to smoked glass, romantic lighting, and an open kitchen that churns out bold Pan-Asian and Mediterranean plates. — Concierge
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French
Huangpu/The Bund
8 reviews
Chef de cuisine Franckelie Laloum... brings his top-shelf experience to this French restaurant on the 36th floor of the Pudong Shangri-La hotel. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
The Bund
8 reviews
Located within the Rockbund development, this glamorous restaurant is the best place to indulge in fine Italian fare like Hokkaido scallops with fava beans and saffron sauce, or veal chop Milanese. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Pǔdōng & Century Avenue Area
4 reviews
Established in 1938, Meilongzhen is a Shanghai institution that still draws the crowds after all these years. — Frommer's
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European
South Bund
6 reviews
Nestled in The Waterhouse at South Bund, this Shanghai favorite serves up quality European fare like smoked potato mash with whipped bone marrow and the grilled Wagyu sirloin with shallot confit. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Huangpu/The Bund
4 reviews
With its low lighting and minority-inspired designs, Lost Heaven set the mould for Shanghai-based Yunnanese restaurants and its two branches never fail to deliver a classy dining experience. — Time Out
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European
Huangpu/The Bund
7 reviews
Chef Eric Johnson makes liberal use of regional Asian ingredients such as lemongrass, mangosteen, and daikon radish; features organic produce and fresh flown-in seafood. — National Geographic
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Asian
Qingpu
5 reviews
First-rate dumplings served in a modern but a touch sterile environment. — Gayot
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French
The Bund
4 reviews
The Peninsula’s top table is old-school fine dining: high ceilings, chandeliers and discreet service in plush rooms overlooking the Bund and the Pudong skyline. — Insight Guides
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Mediterranean
Huangpu/The Bund
4 reviews
One of Shanghai's most exuberant and un-selfconscious restaurants, is also one of the city's most acclaimed new openings in 2008. — BlackBook
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Asian
Huangpu/The Bund
6 reviews
A three-floored building of the Ming Dynasty style is home to this restaurant, famously said to have hosted Bill Clinton and Fidel Castro. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
West Shànghǎi
7 reviews
If you fancy some different flavors from the typical Shanghainese cuisine, get thee to Lost Heaven. — Frommer's
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Asian
Huangpu/The Bund
5 reviews
Upmarket Sichuan food in what looks like an English country house. The house speciality is beef in boiling oil – cooked at your table. ¥220/person. — Rough Guide
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Chinese
Former French Concession
4 reviews
This branch of the spicy Húnán favourite isn't the most popular but it's less crowded than others and the menu's equally good. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
Jìng’ān
4 reviews
A gorgeous antique-filled villa, serving tasty traditional Shanghainese cuisine with updated interpretations. Be sure to make reservations well in advance. — Time Out
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Chinese
4 reviews
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Italian
Former French Concession
4 reviews
The resulting pan-Italian cuisine is surprisingly well executed, with unpretentious food—think garlic, fennel, and honey slow-roasted pork spare ribs—served on wooden boards and butcher paper. — Condé Nast Traveler
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