Twirl up these scallion noodles at Lao Sheng Chang.
Running low on cash, but still need some culture? Entry to the Shanghai Museum is free.
Pop one of these bad boys into your date's mouth at Yang’s Fry-Dumpling.
The Power Station of Art is a contemporary art museum in Shanghai, China. Housed in a former power station, it is China's first state run contemporary art museum.
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Founded by Chinese couple collectors, Mr. Liu Yiqian and his wife, Ms. Wang Wei, the Long Museum owns two huge places for exhibition and related functions: Long Museum Pudong and Long Museum West Bund. Located respectively in Pudong New Area and Binjiang, Xuhui District, they constitute a unique ecosystem of art in Shanghai: “One City, Two Museums.” As the largest private institution of collection in China, the Long Museum boasts of the richest collection nationwide.
+86 21 6422 7636
The Bund (also called Waitan) is a touristy waterfront area in central Shanghai, but it's great for people watching especially the Chinese tourists who try their best to emulate the latest Shanghai fashions. Zhongshan Road (East-1 Zhongshan Road), which runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, is Bund central.
+61 3 6223 8838
Liquid Laundry is a casual space with an industrial palette and retro cues, specifically catering to those who wish to congregate with their friends in a space that offers a brief sanctuary from the constant hustle and bustle of a large, busy metropolitan city.
+86 21 6445 9589
Its uniquely designed open-kitchen conveys the feel of 'dining without borders' – intimate, nothing hidden, open to all. The menu whispers of Chinese, Japanese, South-East Asian and modern Western, yet is flexible enough to transport you anywhere your heart and palate desire.
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The Yang's Fry chain is, if not the originator, then clearly the benchmark for Shanghai's homegrown pan-fried pork dumpling, the shengjian bao.
+86 21 6136 1391
Located in Le Passage Fuxing in Shanghai (Fuxing Xi Lu cross Huashan Lu), Vis-A-Vis is a French bistro proposing traditional and homemade recipes, a selection of fresh fruits and vegetables juices and cocktails made by our Mixologist Arnaud Delauzun. For breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy the low-key loungey space and the evolutive atmosphere which will make you forget time and relax.
The Shanghai Natural History Museum is a museum dedicated to natural history in the city of Shanghai, China. It is one of the largest museums of natural sciences in China.
+86 21 6321 3548