After many years of being a chocolate lover’s paradise, Whisk recently re-opened as CH2 in the same location on Huaihai Zhong Lu. We paid a visit and found that one of Shanghai’s dessert institutions has added a couple of new strings to its bow.

Pan Dan offers a comprehensive and modern take on one of the world’s most treasured cuisines, and is sure to reward those who play it safe.

Gracie's is a clean, almost clinical café that serves simple food and sweet treats, including a rather unique selection of soft scoop ice cream.

Dining curbside on Xintiandi’s main drag is always hectic. Oreno is a new kid on the block that takes the experience one step further by offering a reasonably priced menu of French-Italian cuisine at breakneck speed.

With more than a thousand outlets in Korea, the U.S. and Southeast Asia, Kyochon serves some of the finest chicken wings on the planet. Through a blend of proprietary cooking methods and strong food standards, they offer the market-defining standard in Korean fried chicken.

Building a restaurant around the notion of Chinese and Western cuisine is a bold statement. West Meets East struggles in living up to the self-prescribed hype of being the best of both worlds.

This Creole newcomer has gone all-out to establish an otherwise under-represented cuisine in Shanghai. Originating from the U.S.'s southern Gulf Coast, Creole cuisine has French, African and Caribbean influences, and a splash of Spanish thrown in for good measure.