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Q: Best tiramisu in Shanghai?

Please point me in the right direction!

8 years 13 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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La Dolce Vita!!! The tiramisu is made by Italian chefs using imported ingredients from Italy....and it is to-die-for. It's not cheap though. One portion will set you back around 50 rmb. 291 Fumin Lu, Tel: 6170 1318

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Treats Daily at Westin Bund Center. Like the cheese cake and tiramisu, really nice.

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turn to the side and kiss your shoulder , you are the sweetest desert to be had Love

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La Dolce Vita is nice... Also try http://www.21cake.com

I don't work for them! I know it's the second time I have posted a link there, but their cakes are sooooooooo good. Well, except for one called the Flying Durian. Anything with durian is just gross.

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IF YOU ARE FROM WEST FORGET GOOD Confectionary in china, the ingredient are not pure.

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