Restaurants for Wellness in Shanghai 

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  • 1


    The best dumpling all over Asia. Nothing else to say about this restaurant. Just try it, you will be surprised!

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  • 2


    11 reviews

    I really like wagas. the sandwich are very good. Probably one of the best coffe in shanghai. The only problem is the price

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  • 3

    M on the Bund

    10 reviews

    Not sure about this. It's a great place to bring foreigners to, however the main selling point is the view and the terrace overlooking the Huangpu River. If you do go, eat a light snack before you go, because you definitely will not get full. If you're there just for drinks, found the right place!

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  • 4

    Kabb Bar & Grill

    A really good western food during lunchtime. Prices are actually decent for this restaurant in xintiandi

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  • 5

    Element Fresh

    8 reviews

    The food here is delicious and this place has AMAZING spring rolls. However, since I was a college student over in Shanghai, I definitely could not afford to go here often. It was one of the more pricey places in the city, but pretty worth it.

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  • 6

    Yang's Fry Dumpling

    6 reviews

    Best fried dumpling in town. Visiting Shanghai? This must try

  • 7

    Barbarossa: Restaurant Lounge

    7 reviews

    Located in Peoples Square, this restaurant has a lovely view, lively happy hour, and delicious food.

  • 8

    Di Shui Dong

    A yummy spicy Chinese food restaurant! With pictures on the menu and friendly service, it's a good pick for first timers in China.

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  • 9

    The Geisha

    5 reviews

    I'm not a huge sushi fan, got dragged to dinner for a friends birthday. Had the vegetable salad, and, man, it was awesome! I would definitely go back for it. It was a feast of broccoli, asparagus, red and yellow peppers, carrots, cauliflower and snap peas topped with fried lotus root and tossed in a vinaigrette. Delish. Then we went ...

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  • 10

    Baker & Spice

    5 reviews

    Ever in search of a decent pastry in Shanghai, I've stopped in Baker & Spice several times for a piece of carrot cake and a few hours of free wi-fi. Both the cake and internet access are excellent, however the Portman location tends to be pretty noisy, so it is not really the best place to get work done. I ...

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  • 11

    De Refter

    4 reviews

    A beer bar needn't be fancy. A beer bar needs beer--high quality, reasonably priced beer. (Oh and comfortable seating and decent noshing options don't hurt either.) De Refter has all the essentials without alienating any of Shanghai's alcohol enthusiasts. It's not a man cave of a sports bar nor is it a hoighty toighty cocktail bar (of which there are ...

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  • 12


    4 reviews

    Although difficult for the uninitiated to find among the back alley lanes of Taikang Lu, Kommune is worth searching out for not only its simple, yet tasty food and drinks, but also for its unique setting at the epicenter of Shanghai's creative quarter. Outdoor seating is usually overflowing with artsy locals and hipster expats, but don't forget to check out ...

  • 13

    吉士酒家(天平店) - Old Jesse Restaurant

    3 reviews

    By "old", we mean "original" since now there are more chains of "Xin Jishi" (aka Jesse). As guessed, the original is the best of the bunch for traditional Shanghainese cooking. Go for the braised pork in brown sauce!

  • 14

    Kota's Kitchen

    3 reviews

    Purportedly the best ramen in Shanghai, my co-workers and I just had to try it out. The 45 RMB tonkotsu ramen was delicious, even though the noodles could be a little more chewy. The broth was wonderful and the pork was thick and fatty. There are also complimentary pickled veggies with lemon mayo and sweet, spicy sauce. The decor was ...

  • 15

    Jia Jia Tang Bao Huai Hai Dian

    3 reviews

    Best xiao long bao I ever eaten. If you think dintaifung is good, this tastes like heaven. Don't be afraid to pay 99yuan for its crab xiao long bao because you will regret for not ordering that. Don't forget to order the sauce.

  • 16

    Guyi Hunan Restaurant

    Considered as a fine chinese cuisine in town. They have a great pork (I think they call it hong shao rou). You can't be wrong in this restaurant

  • 17

    Cafe Dan

    3 reviews

    You can enjoy quality Japanese home made style food and coffee here.

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  • 18

    Ajisen Ramen

    5 reviews

    The kimchi beef ramen is pretty good but not really spicy despite the spicy level written in the menu. The enoki mushroom rolled with sliced beef is good too. However, you will have to call the waitress pretty often to fill you the tea.

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  • 19

    New York Style Steak and Burger

    5 reviews

    The burgers at this restaurant are delightful. However, the service could use some improvement. The (Malaysian?) lady at the front was EXTREMELY rude and unwelcoming (all 3 times I've been there). I hope management does something about this soon because, needless to say, I will not be returning if the problem persists.

  • 20

    Crystal Jade (Feicuì Jiujia)

    Though the xiolongbao are no match for the famous DinTaiFung (in the same complex) Crystal Jade has a much more extensive menu and provides a very good "cheap-eats" experience in a family-friendly, clean (if a bit corporate) atmosphere. You can swing a dead cat and find great Chinese food in Shanghai, but Crystal Jade is one of few mid-market outlets ...

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