Haagen Dazs (Xintiandi Beili)

This ice cream brand was established by Reuben and Rose Mattus in the Bronx, New York, in 1961. Starting with only three flavors: vanilla, chocolate, and coffee, the company opened its first retail store in Brooklyn, New York, on November 15, 1976. The business now has franchises around the world. Häagen-Dazs ice cream comes in several traditional flavors as well as several esoteric flavors that are specific to the brand, such as Vanilla Swiss Almond and Bananas Foster.

Godiva (Xintiandi)

It’s been 83 years since the brand’s founder Joseph Draps opened his first GODIVA Chocolatier shop in Brussels, Belgium, Godiva. Today the GODIVA brand is known – and loved – in over 80 countries around the world. Godiva owns and operates more than 450 boutiques and shops worldwide, where you can find a comprehensive selection of Godiva offerings. Godiva products are also available at finer department and specialty stores. Now, the brand has opened the world’s first “GODIVA Chocolate Café” in Shanghai’s Xintiandi. Chocolate lovers, rejoice!

Enoterra Club

With its eye-catching logo, you can’t miss this small café which adjoins Shanghai’s Xintiandi. At night, its charming lights are on, enticing you to push its door open and go in. Its wine cabinet is well stocked up with fine bottles from around the word. Its menu offers a wide selection of reds, whites and champagnes sourced from different parts of the world.

Mo Mi Café (Xintiandi)

Of course, the bookstore sells books: travel books, art books and literature books, among others. But it has also something else: It can send postcards or gifts to your friends for you or to yourself. “Sending Something to the Future” is its “patent”.


Occupying two floors in Xintiandi, Pizza Marzano offers the breathtaking views of Xintiandi Park through its floor-to-ceiling windows. When you sit in the spacious open dining area, the aroma of freshly baked cakes from the open kitchen wafts into your nostrils. You will also be amazed by the chefs’ throw-and-catch-dough show. The restaurant’s upper floor is suitable for private parties and families. Customers can DIY while melodious jazz music is played.

AKASAKATEI (Xintiandi)

This popular eatery housed in Xintiandi offers flavorful dishes that go well with fine wines. Enjoy your food with traditional Chinese music drifting.

Mono Society (Xintiandi)

This is s retailer that brings together the world’s top-notch designed items, stationery, select books and healthy drinks.


You are requested to take off your shoes in this Japanese restaurant with a pleasant typical Japanese interior décor. Services are excellent, though the prices are high. The menu offers myriad flavorful options. Set menus are available.

T8 Restaurant & Bar

Dim lights and Chinese furniture combine to create a soothing ambience. You can watch the process of preparation of French dishes from the windows of the open kitchen. Warm services are always just steps away.

Paulaner Brauhaus (Xintiandi)

The bar of Bavarian style offers authentic German beers that even those who are averse to beer find it hard to resist. The salted pig feet are worth a try. The shows at night make you want to stay longer.
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