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JZ Club

JZ Club

 

Address: 46 Fuxing West Road

Tel:021-64310269

E-mail:[email protected]

Website: www.jzclub.cn/en

 

Launched in 2004, JZ Club has become the most representative of all the jazz clubs in Shanghai, and even in China. 365 days a year, JZ house bands present you with everything from classical Standards, buoyant Swing, to refreshing female vocals and modern Jazz Rock. On weekends, the JZ Latino and JZ All Star Big Band heat up the stage up with their passion.

Upholding the Spirit of a “Musicians’ Club”, JZ on weekends is the terminus for most jazz musicians in Shanghai. After a glass of wine or two, many players of note join in the jam session to turn the house into a rapturous carnival. Frequently, JZ Club presents special concerts featuring top musicians from all around the world. Numerous audiences have rediscovered the pure joy of music at JZ Club. Its name has almost become the equivalent of the jazz scene in China.

Miyabi

Miyabi

 

Address: 37F, Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel, 59 Siping Road, Shanghai, China

Tel: +86 (21) 2601 0088

Open daily from 5pm-10pm

Dolci Vizi

Dolci Vizi

 
Address: Super Brand Mall, Level B2, 168 Lujiazui West Road

Tel: +86 21 5890 3911

Website: www.dolcivizi.com

 

Dolci Vizi, the ‘sweet sin’ cafe with a history in Italy going back more than 30 years has finally arrived in China.  Italian owners Ale and Peo bring their family tradition and ‘Grandma’s recipes’, from pizza and pasta to fresh speciality gelatos, to a brand new store in Lujiazui’s Super Brand Mall.

Shook!

Shook!

Address: The Swatch Art Peace Hotel, 23 East Nanjing Road (Bund 19)

Tel: +86 (21) 2329 8522

Email: [email protected]

Open Hours: Monday to Sunday
Lunch: 11.30 am – 2.30pm (brunch on Sunday until 3 pm)
Dinner: 6 pm – 10.30pm

Website: www.shookrestaurantshanghai.com

 

Its uniquely designed open-kitchen serves up Chinese, Japanese, South-East Asian and Western dishes. The wine cellar is fantastic, with two rare Bordeaux’s, Chateau Cheval Blanc and Chateau d’Yquem, with vintages going back to 1945.

La Stazione

La Stazione

 

Address: 98 Yanping Lu, near Xinhua Lu (延平路98号,近新闸路)

Tel: 5175-9818

Email:[email protected]

Opening Hours: 11am – 2am

 

This new two-storey 100-seat Italian restaurant-come-bar serves Italian cuisine with Spanish and southern French influences, with a pizza oven and a walk-in wine cellar.  It is a venture by the founders of MVP, Mattia Visconti and Marco Bettio, together with Carl Wikander (Mercato and Jean Georges) and Gilles Bihi (Pure & Whole and Sushi Abuse).

M1NT

M1NT

 

Address: 24/F, 318 Fuzhou Rd,

Tel: 021-63912811

Opening Times: Club: Wed-Sat, 10pm-late, Restaurant: Daily, 6pm-12pm, Lounge: Daily, 6pm-late

 

Famous for it’s shark tanks, M1nt is one of the more high end venues in Shanghai.  At the top of one of the towers near the Bund it has great views across the city.

Saffron – Modern Indian Cuisine

Saffron – Modern Indian Cuisine

Address: 21 Dongping Road | by Wulumuqi and Hengshan Road

Tel: (021) 6468-3081

Website

Opening Hours: 11.00am – 2.00pm, 6.00pm – 10.30pm

 

Established in 2012 in the Former French Concession just around the corner from Hengshan Road, Saffron Shanghai’s British head chef and Indian chefs have created a menu composed of traditional refined Indian cuisine combined with modern elements, a combination reflected in the restaurant’s beautiful traditional yet modern interior design.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Address: Shop 15-16, 4/F, Shanghai IFC Mall, 8 Century Avenue, Pudong

Tel: (86 21) 6075 8888

Opening Hours:

Bar:

Monday – Thursday 11:30am – 10pm

Friday – Saturday 11:30am – 11pm

Sunday 11:30am – 10pm

Dining Room:

Monday – Thursday 11:30am – 10pm

Friday – Saturday 11:30am – 11pm

Sunday 11:30am – 10pm

 

Morton’s of Chicago, The Steakhouse in the prestigious Shanghai ifc mall is the world’s largest Morton’s restaurant. It has private rooms for cigar and wine connoisseurs, as well as alfresco dining on the terrace with a view of Shanghai’s famous Oriental Pearl Tower.

8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

Address: 6-7/F, Mission Building, 169 Yuanmingyuan Rd

Tel: 021-60872890

Email: [email protected]

Website

 

Opening Hours:

Dinner: everyday 6pm to 11pm

Brunch: Sundays 11:30 to 3pm

Terrace Bar: 5pm until 1am

 

Regarded by many as one of the best Italian restaurants in Shanghai, with views of the iconic Bund and a great wine selection.

Hakkasan Shanghai

Hakkasan Shanghai

Address: Bund 18, 5/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu

Tel: +86 21 6321 5888

Email: [email protected]

Website 

 

Housed in the illustrious Bund 18 building, Hakkasan Shanghai is a stunning example of the brand’s striking design, alluring cuisine and exceptional mixology and sommelier skills, set against Shanghai’s most iconic view.

Mr & Mrs Bund-Modern Eatery by Paul Pairet

Mr & Mrs Bund-Modern Eatery by Paul Pairet

Address: No.18 Zhongshan East 1st Road

Tel: +86 21 6323 9898

Open Hours:  Sunday – Wednesday: 17:30 – 22:30,  Thursday – Saturday: 17:30 – 2:00

Website

 

A modern French eatery overlooking the Bund, featuring Paul Pairet’s take on French classics.

Lost Heaven

Lost Heaven

Address: 38 Gaoyou Rd (nr West Fuxing Rd), Hengshan Road area

 

Tel: 021-64335126

 

Hours: Sun – Sat 11:30 – 13:30, 17:30 – 22:15

 

Yunnanese, Tibetan and Burmese cuisine, beautifully prepared and with excellent service. Very popular with tourists, so book in advance. Have a second branch near the Bund.

Bistro 321

Bistro 321

Address:

321 Xinhua Rd,near Dingxi Rd

长宁区新华路321号,近定西路

TEL: 021 6241 9100

 

Opening Hours:

12:00- 14:30pm (Sat-Sun)

12:00- 14:00pm (Tue-Fri)

18:00- 23:00pm (Tue-Sun)

 

Average cost pp: 400RMB

 

Set in a stunning and thoughtfully renovated French Villa on a verdant tree-lined stretch of Xinhua Road, twice-Michelin starred French chef Nicholas Le Bec’s new Bistro 321 is perhaps the most romantic fine dining concept in Shanghai. Out front is a quaint dining patio overlooked by stars, replete with motifs of rustic French design. The interior of the villa has too been sympathetically updated in-keeping with period features.

The unusually long menus read like an encyclopaedia of classic bistro cuisine; arranged into categories like Les Pots Sale, Le Vegetal, Le Cochon & Co. etc. Those accustomed to lengthy Chinese menus will have an easier time navigating what might seem like overwhelming choice, the nature of many dishes lending themselves for sharing. Of the dishes we sampled, Oeufs en Gelée (Egg in Aspic) was strongest and came paired with white ham and apparently Yunnan truffles, which were unfortunately overpowered by parsley. Parsley flavours were to prevail for the remainder of the meal being the dominant flavour and indeed decoration in both the Poêlée d’escargots (Profiteroles of Snails) and Pieds au Cochon (Roasted Pigs Feet).

Like many new restaurants in Shanghai there are issues in consistency- other sources report that Bistro 321 varies from excellent when the eponymous chef is present to when not. As such, we recommend you ask the Maître d’ if Mr Le Bec will be there when making your reservation.

Museo

Museo

Address:

Fourth Floor, Bund 5, 5 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu (near Guangdong Lu), Huangpu.

黄浦区中山东一路5号外滩5号4楼, 近广东路

 

TEL: +86 21 6333 0626

http://mu-se-o.com/shanghai

 

Mueso is marriage of art and fine dining, serving up a fusion of European and Asian cuisine.

 

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