Fat Cow is known to have some of the best (and most creative) award-winning gourmet burgers in Shanghai. Their buy-one-get-one (BOGO) deal on Monday evenings often has lines that are an hour long. Fat Cow also has 18 kinds of creative gourmet salads as well as classics such as Australian steaks, grilled and fried chicken, guacamole and grilled salmon. The ice cream sundaes and milkshakes are a must! And the Fat Cow APA craft beer won a prestigious international award last year. The “Moo-garitas” are a great deal during Happy Hour. Fat Cow has 3 locations in Shanghai: Jing An, Hongqiao and Lujiazui (Pudong).
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!