Dining
     
Old Villa Restaurants  Time-Honored Restaurants  Fine Dining
Restaurants
  Teahouses

Old villas tucked in the bowels of the city have been turned into both classic and classy dining establishments that deliver not only gourmet foods, but also a taste of Shanghai's past decadence.

 

With cooking aromas wafting into nostrils, diners at these fusty homes-turned restaurants feel nostalgic about the old days. Traditional offerings like Xiefenxiaolong (steamed buns) and paiguniangao (pork ribs in sticky rice) always appeal to the retro-inclined crowd.

 

After nightfall, the high rises are lit up by flickering neon lights. Patronize one of Shanghai's fine restaurants where both eye-pleasing and palate-pleasing dishes will take you onto a memorable culinary journey.

 

Tea is an important part of the Chinese traditional hospitality and way of life. Sip a cup of tea in one of Shanghai's retro teahouses for cultural immersion.

 

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