55 Wukang Lu, by Anfu Lu
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A coffee shop that is very popular with locals and the odd expat, Marienbad Cafe is a quaint, little retreat hidden on one of the area's quieter streets. The cozy interior's ambiance is more inclined toward that of a used book store then the cold sterility of many of Shanghai's other coffee stops. A typical drink menu is supplemented by a limited food carte du jour.?
Java+ is a trendy street-side deli offering fresh coffee, pastries, fruit juices and grab-and-go sandwiches, plus an alfresco wooden deck looking out to one of Shanghai's most prestigious shopping areas.
Level 1, an all-day dining presents a variety of cuisines on a lavish buffet and the appetizing a la cart menu from its open kitchen.
Situated on 5th floor of IAPM Mall, the new Greyhound Café rests in one of the most prosperous & dazzling of regions of Shanghai. With gorgeous scenic views & a beloved shopping area nearby, the floor space accounts for 300 square metres and 130 seats available for guests. Another key highlight of the Shanghai Greyhound is the brand new alfresco concept. People could enjoy Thai fusion mix here in the modern & trendy ambience.
Brazilian steakhouse chain offering gaucho-style grilled meats.
In 1849, much of Shanghai was carved up and shared among the key colonial powers of Europe. Much of what is known today as the Xuhui and Huangpu districts went to the French. And while the concession era is widely regarded as an unfortunate blight on the city’s history, there’s no denying that France’s colonial legacy has made this one of the more atmospheric areas in town. Narrow, tree-lined streets and modernist architecture make it great for a casual stroll. It is home to several consulates -- Poland, The U.S. and France, to name a few – as well as some of the city’s trendiest bars, cafes and restaurants, all of which make it a popular area among the city’s young professional population.