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  1. Brought to you by the team behind the popular Light & Salt venues, this smart eatery offers contemporary Western cuisine at the Jazz at the Lincoln Center Shanghai, the China-based off-shoot of the world-famous New York jazz hub. Here, you can pair live jazz with a range of carefully calibrated, broadly European dishes and a selection of drinks, including wines from their large cellar.
  2. One of the most well-known Spanish restaurants in Shanghai, el Willy has received several awards and it’s easy to understand why. Large factory-style windows open to amazing views of the city and give the restaurant a glow during the day to. At night, the dim lights, intimate atmosphere, and exposed brick walls create a relaxed ambience that keeps the conversation flowing as the hours fly by.
      Expect traditional tapas given slight modern tweaks – Salpicon de Mariscos (Spanish seafood salad, octopus, prawns, scallop, and smoked paprika), Cigala Gigante (Giant North Atlantic wild scampi simply grilled with olive oil and parsley), and Iberican Bacon & Cheese Explosive Air Baguettes, are some great examples. A brilliant mix of casual dining but gorgeous surroundings and fare, el Willy is definitely another one of the must-try spots in Shanghai!
  3. This contemporary Asian restaurant sits in a charming three-story lanehouse in the heart of Xuhui. The first floor is a cocktail bar that serves unique mixed drinks, and in the two levels above there is a dining area and lounge space. The food menu is a combination of skewers, salads and other dishes, such as teriyaki beef tongue.
  4. With food, drinks and entertainment, Shake hits the restaurant trifecta. Patrons can spend the entire evening indulging in fusion dishes, sophisticated drinks and being serenaded by some of the smoothest voices from Shanghai’s music scene. Though the music only goes until 2am, the venue stays open later.
  5. While there's no shortage of fine Italian dining in Shanghai, we'd be lying if we said we weren't highly impressed by Da Ivo on the Bund. Specialising in northern Italian cuisine, and with roots deeply engrained in Venice - Da Ivo is the place to see and be seen. Often frequented by celebrities and high-rollers, it's the quintessential spot for 5-star service, Hollywood-approved eats, and a culinary experience that'll spoil you for days to come.
  6. Craig Willis's cafe & wine bar concept in Reel that serves up some refined flavors in a relaxed setting perfect for a work lunch or dinner date. You can expect Australian/Mediterranean cuisine reflective of Willis's background, and we'd say that brunch is always a good option at Henkes.