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Q: Where can I find good Shanghaiese food?

8 years 16 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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Wo Jia in Jing’an District is probably the best-known place for well-priced traditional Shanghaiese food. For modern Shanghai eats not on a budget, try Whampoa Club in Three on the Bund. Jade Garden is a chain, but offers legitimate local fare for reasonable prices. Hong Rui Xing also has a few different branches and gives larger-than-average portions.

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If you go to Yuyuan Bazaar, on the main intersection (the big crossroads near the metro station) there is a giant building and on the side is written '老上海' - Old Shanghai. The restaurant is huge and covers 4 floors, and serves a mixture of Shanghai cuisine. The food is a little pricey but very good quality and there's masses to choose from.

Also there's a chain with two or three branches operating, called Yuanyuan (圆苑). There they serve a mix of Shanghai and Cantonese cuisine, and the atmosphere is great with pleasant service. Again, it's not on the cheap side, but it is upscale dining after all.

Check the link for their horrible website (all in Chinese though)

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our professional chefs can  teach you cook shanghaiese foods. we have various cooking class, simply call me 15001863947 or visit http://www.81816972.com/products.asp?class=265

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