This all-day dining outlet inside the Cordis Hotel in Hongqiao offers a vast culinary experience in a beautifully sunlit space. The buffet spread features culinary dishes from both Asia and abroad, and there is even an open-air terrace that allows for alfresco meals. It’s the perfect place to explore traditional flavors, treat yourself to tasty treats and enjoy refreshing seasonal creations.
This restaurant serves up some of the heartiest American classics, with burgers, steaks, fried chicken and ice cream sundaes on the menu. There is a wide selection of fresh salads to choose from for those who are more health conscious. And with it’s spacious locations on Yanping Lu and Hongmei Lu, and beers on tap, it’s a great place to chill out for lunch or grab after-work dinner and drinks with friends.
1st Floor, 333 Shenhong Lu, Cordis Shanghai Hongqiao, Minhang District, Shanghai, China, near Suhong Lu Map
This is the perfect venue to enjoy a nice morning coffee, afternoon snack, have a meeting or just meet up with some friends. Situated on the ground level of the Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, this elegant space serves a range of coffees, teas, wines, liqueurs and other beverages. They also offer an assortment of savory and sweet foods, as well as an exquisite birdcage as part of its three-tier afternoon tea set.
The first location of the iconic brand that opened in 2010, Shanghai Brewery has become somewhat of a Shanghai staple. They regularly brew six kinds of microbrews, including the particularly delicious and award-winning North Star IPA, and also boast an international menu with a focus on high quality pub-style food. The Laowaijie location is precisely that - a spot to make you feel like you've never left home.
This affordable and authentic Xinjiang chain is a Shanghai classic and has recently expanded to several new locations around the city. The atmosphere is always lively and packed, so don't take a chance on waiting in line! Expect family style Xinjiang cuisine that won't break the bank but will instead leave you feeling infinitely happier (and fuller) than you came - lamb samosas, big plate chicken, and frozen yogurt anyone?
Dating all the way back to its first store opening in the Wakayam prefecture of Japan in 1972, Yin Ping has since stretched from Osaka to Tokyo and now Shanghai. They deliver impeccable and authentic Japanese cuisine, with ingredients imported from Nagasaki. Expect high-quality sashimi, sushi, and other Japanese staples. With locations in Changning, on Fenyang road, and in Lujiazui, Yin Ping is an up-and-coming spot worth checking out!