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Q: Where can i buy good bread in Shanghai not that fake stuff or that sweet bread?

2 years 23 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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Plenty 'braed' at Yahoo-gle:

 

http://shanghaicityguide.nordangliaeducation.com/directory/supermarkets

 

Western supermarkets

Carrefour

The French supermarket has many locations throughout the city. Normally superstores over two floors which stock everything. Majority of Chinese goods, but has imported selection and meat and fish counters like home.

Tesco

The British supermarket has a number of stores around town, from its bitesize Tesco express to the larger superstores. Much like Carrefour, with some imported food.

WALMART

3 stores serve Shanghai, with similar products to the above.

Marks & Spencers

All Marks & Spencers around town have a small food section. Fresh baked breads sit alongside imported frozen meals, jams and treats from the UK.

Metro

Bulk Buy supermarket includes a lot of imported food at low prices.

Pines

Western supermarket with a strong selection.

Cityshop/Citysuper

Largest Western supermarkets in Shanghai, in both Pudong and Puxi. Huge selection.

Feidan

Smaller Western supermarket but well stocked. Fei Dan means Flying Egg!

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Fields

China's biggest online food shop for imported goods and organic fruit and vegetables.

Epermarket

Epermarket has a reputation for great quality food, especially their cheese and wine. Popular with expats.

Kate & Kimi

A Community based food website for Shanghai's foreign residents. An emphasis on organic.

Food Markets

Avacado lady

274 Wulumuqi Lu

'The Avocado Lady is not an urban myth, but to many expats is one of Shanghai's urban legends. Her store is ever gaining in size and produce, what she doesn't have she can order. Her store is regularly stocked with fresh mint, herbs, tropical fruits, cheese, olive oil, lamb, cheese, wine and avocados.' She even has her own Facebook page! Many of the international restaurants in Shanghai will buy their western groceries from here.

Jiashan Market

#37, Lane 550, Shanxi South Road

This bi-monthly market sells products from local producers, from home-made cheese made in Shanghai to baked treats from The British Kitchen. First and third saturdays of the month (not during winter).

 

Do you know what 'Wulumuqi' stands for?

http://www.idealshanghai.com/shopping/grocery/

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Plenty 'braed' at Yahoo-gle:

 

http://shanghaicityguide.nordangliaeducation.com/directory/supermarkets

 

Western supermarkets

Carrefour

The French supermarket has many locations throughout the city. Normally superstores over two floors which stock everything. Majority of Chinese goods, but has imported selection and meat and fish counters like home.

Tesco

The British supermarket has a number of stores around town, from its bitesize Tesco express to the larger superstores. Much like Carrefour, with some imported food.

WALMART

3 stores serve Shanghai, with similar products to the above.

Marks & Spencers

All Marks & Spencers around town have a small food section. Fresh baked breads sit alongside imported frozen meals, jams and treats from the UK.

Metro

Bulk Buy supermarket includes a lot of imported food at low prices.

Pines

Western supermarket with a strong selection.

Cityshop/Citysuper

Largest Western supermarkets in Shanghai, in both Pudong and Puxi. Huge selection.

Feidan

Smaller Western supermarket but well stocked. Fei Dan means Flying Egg!

Online Shopping

Fields

China's biggest online food shop for imported goods and organic fruit and vegetables.

Epermarket

Epermarket has a reputation for great quality food, especially their cheese and wine. Popular with expats.

Kate & Kimi

A Community based food website for Shanghai's foreign residents. An emphasis on organic.

Food Markets

Avacado lady

274 Wulumuqi Lu

'The Avocado Lady is not an urban myth, but to many expats is one of Shanghai's urban legends. Her store is ever gaining in size and produce, what she doesn't have she can order. Her store is regularly stocked with fresh mint, herbs, tropical fruits, cheese, olive oil, lamb, cheese, wine and avocados.' She even has her own Facebook page! Many of the international restaurants in Shanghai will buy their western groceries from here.

Jiashan Market

#37, Lane 550, Shanxi South Road

This bi-monthly market sells products from local producers, from home-made cheese made in Shanghai to baked treats from The British Kitchen. First and third saturdays of the month (not during winter).

 

Do you know what 'Wulumuqi' stands for?

http://www.idealshanghai.com/shopping/grocery/

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at least make the 'Troll' questions semi-fun/interesting like Viki and our Black Soldier Mama do! (TamiX/Whitney)

If u r 2 dumb 2 find bread in a World City, then I suggest taking a Long walk on a Short pier ~

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Why are you trying to buy bread in Shanghai when you live in Nanchang?

 

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/why-can-i-not-get-green-card-na...

 

definitely troll question. Seem to be a few of them tonight. 

 

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