What's the best brunch in Shanghai?

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  1. This comfortable and welcoming French restaurant in Xujiahui not only offers great French cafés-classics like croque madame & crêpes but also serves delicious dinner foods like homemade foie gras, steak & fries, mussels and lobster. Large terrace & carpark available.
  2. This sports bar on Dagu Lu focuses on rugby, rugby and more rugby - a majority of their big screens occupied by live rugby games. But even for those who do not follow the sport, this bar offers a range of interesting beers on tap that everyone can enjoy, regularly bringing in new beers. They also offer your typical pub grub at an affordable price.
  3. From the masterminds behind The Nest, The Cannery is a beautiful restaurant/lounge that offers delicious food at good prices, and cool atmosphere. The menu is mostly made up of seafood, and as the name hints, they also have a lot of items like steamed clams and duck liver. The bar is also stocked with a selection of spirits, wine and beer.
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    Chicken & Egg

    Get specialized roast chicken and egg dishes fresh with handmade sauces

    Occupying a prime spot on the Fumin Lu-Changle Lu interchange, Chicken & Egg is a casual roast chicken-focused eatery from the people behind Shanghai Brewery. Roasted chicken portions with sides are joined on the menu by the likes of avocado and eggs on toast and eggs en concote with bacon. Paired with some indulgent desserts and a pleasant outdoor terrace for warmer weather, Chicken & Egg is a popular destination for meals throughout the day and for brunch at weekends.
  5. Maya consistently delivers some of the most authentic and mouthwatering Mexican food in Shanghai. Try them for a surprisingly affordable brunch or an upscale dinner - with bottomless margaritas, of course.