Briccocafé has been serving both sides of the river for years now, and we recently headed to the off-Huaihai Lu branch to try their new menu. We were pleasantly surprised. The space is something of a hybrid. Downstairs feels half café, half Feidan. Upstairs is a dining area with an open kitchen. The menu is [...]
Tucked away in the basement of the SML Centre alongside a hundred other quick-eat and snack food outlets, Pho House serves up simple plates of wholesome Vietnamese staples.
Shanghai's best Lobster Bisque
There's nothing that can invigorate the essence of decadence more than an expertly presented Lobster Bisque. Here are three of Shanghai's best offerings
Ride: 100km from Suzhou to Lake Taihu
70 million years ago a meteor hit China 100km west of where the world's largest city would be. It filled with water, got connected to Beijing by the world's longest man-made canal and then pumped almost entirely full of the byproducts of industrial progress.
Rolling Shanghai to Suzhou
100km across some of the world's flattest terrain between some of the world's fastest developing infrastructure.
Shanghai goes further than the French Concession. Much much further. Check out these rides for a few hours in the saddle and a slice of China Antitourism as the destination.
Shanghai is starving for pockets of varied and reliable dining experiences. With new tenants in the area, Pistacchio finally puts Ferguson Lane on the map as a viable high-level neighborhood option.