What' s the best restaurant in Shanghai?

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5 recommended
  1. Upscale teppanyaki joint in Xuhui with melt-in-your-mouth fresh sushi/sashimi, and all of the unlimited delicacies you can imagine. You get what you pay for with outstanding service and food to fill you for days, definitely need a reservation for this place!
  2. Fenyang Road. It’s a great place to get your meat and seafood fix for an affordable price, especially with high quality Australian prime steak and live lobsters flown in daily direct from Nova Scotia, Canada. And with 18 craft beers on tap - international and local brews - and outdoor seating, Bull & Claw has the restaurant trifecta: good food, good drinks, good ambiance.
  3. The first and arguably most impressive location of Lost Heaven, this is the Chinese restaurant to go to if you need to entertain visitors, a date, or just your stomach. The Yunnan-inspired cuisine strikes a nice balance between being authentic and crowd-pleasing, the service is impeccable, and this location even has a beautiful terrace to enjoy their long list of cocktails on. Always dependable, always delicious, and absolute full marks for the incredible dining atmosphere.
  4. This Peruvian restaurant is a combination of South American flair and modern Shanghainese style. The impressive space revolves around a central patio area that is surrounded by a cocktail bar on one side and a private dining area on the other. The menu offers a mixture of seafood and meat dishes, with an emphasis on sharing. And in true Peruvian fashion, many of the drinks feature Pisco, a Peruvian brandy that is light but very rich in flavor. Besides the dinner, they also offer very tasty weekend brunch
  5. The signature restaurant from Australian chef Craig Willis - the man behind brands including La Strada, MiThai, and Bang - Mr Willis offers shareable dishes such as seared Canadian scallops, goat’s cheese souffle, and sauteed foie gras, along with pastas, risottos, and hearty mains such as slow-roasted suckling pig, braised lamb shank, and venison tartare.