What's the best seafood in Shanghai?

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  1. Coquille deserves its title as one of Shanghai's best French restaurants. Food critics, food bloggers and casual foodies alike have nothing but praise to sing for this Shanghai favorite
  2. Brought to you by the same team behind long-running Yunnanese eatery Lost Heaven, The Beach House splices together a casual seafood-focused restaurant with a craft cocktail bar, all with a relaxed seaside hang out theme - as suggested by the name. Dishes include oysters, mussels, lobster spaghetti, seafood paella and more land-based fare such as beef shortribs. On the drinks side, there’s a strong list of cocktails that run the gamut from sweet and fruity to sharp and bitter.
  3. Good food, good drinks, good vibes, good design. This restaurant/bar/lounge, beside the Rockbund Art Museum, has everything for a great night out. Owned by nightclub brand Muse Group and Grey Goose, The Nest specializes in unique vodka-based cocktails and foods for refined palates, such as steaks and oysters. The vibe is super chill with soothing Indie tunes playing in the background, but as the evening goes on, electronic music starts pulsating through the space
  4. This modern and futurist Italian cocktail lounge, wine bar and restaurant is stocked with a long list of wines - mostly Italian - at various price points. Their cocktail list is also growing, with the classics on offer as well as a larger selection of more creative signature cocktails on order soon. The food list is not typical Italian, but a modern revival of mediterranean dishes such as seafood skewers, braised beef short ribs and more.
  5. Expect superb chili crab and other signature dishes from this Singaporean seafood haven near People's Square. They first opened in Singapore more than two decades ago and have been serving fresh and delicious local classics since
  6. This slick and modern Californian-style Japanese restaurant is known for their high-quality and innovative (sometimes wacky) sushi rolls and other tasty Japanese favorites. Their seafood comes from all around the world, including salmon from Norway and fresh fish from Japan. They also have an extensive sake, wine and cocktails menu.