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Q: Where can I buy kitchen wares in Shanghai, other than in IKEA?

9 years 27 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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I love Pantry Magic but can't afford most of it though. It's really pricey. They sell all the bakewares you could ever need, pots, cooking utensils etc. and they have a decent selection of English cook books. It seems to be closed at the moment but check their website for news of future re-openings. http://www.pantry-magic.com/index.php

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Yeah, Pantry Magic is gone but Lemon Zest is just as good and even better value for your money. 1 Taojiang Lu, near Yueyang Lu, Xuhui district

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