Chinese Restaurants Currently Open in Shanghai

Get Your Noodle/Rice/Dumpling Fix Here!

If you’re stuck in Shanghai and are getting tired of digging through your pantry for the dregs of pasta and canned beans, great news! There are a growing list of restaurants open around town, and while SmartShanghai has been compiling the The Big and Growing List of Things That Are Open Now, there aren’t many Chinese restaurants on the list. So we’ve reached out to our guides, vendors, and friends to compile a list of some of our favorite local restaurants that are open during the extended Chinese New Year for you (and some of them are available on ele.me if you don’t want to venture out).

Bellagio Taiwanese Food (鹿港小镇)

Many locations, including: IAPM Mall, 999 Huaihuai Middle Rd, near Shaanxi South Rd.

上海环贸广场,淮海中路999号近陕西南路.

Also available on eleme.

Dong Tai Xiang Shengjianbao (东泰祥)

309 Shaanxi Nan Lu, near Jianguo Xi Lu
陕西南路309号, 近建国西路

Guyi Hunan Restaurant (古意)

87 Fumin Rd, near Julu Rd.

富民路87号近巨鹿路

AND

IAPM Mall, 999 Huaihuai Middle Rd, near Shaanxi South Rd.

Henan Noodles  (河南拉面银铃餐厅)

419 Changle Lu, near Xiangyang Lu

徐汇区长乐路419号近襄阳路

Halal Beef Noodles (精品牛肉面)

52 Gao’an Rd, near Hengshan Rd

高安路52号近衡山路

Imperial Noodles (御面馆)

607 Changle Lu, near Donghu Lu

徐汇区长乐路607号近东湖路

Jiu Kuan Ningbo Restaurant (旧款宁波饭店)

660 Yan’an West Rd, near Zhenning Rd
延安西路660号近镇宁路

Old Jesse (老吉士)

41 Tianping Rd, near Huaihai Middle Rd.

天平路41号近淮海中路.

Tsui Wah Cantonese Diner

Many locations, including: 291 Fumin Rd, near Changle Rd.

富民路291号近长乐路.

Also available on eleme.

Wei Xiang Zhai (味香斋)

14 Yandang Lu, near Huaihai Lu
雁荡路14号(近淮海中路)

Yang’s Dumplings (小杨生煎包)

Many locations, including: 816 Yuyuan Rd, near Jiangsu Rd metro.

愚园路816号近江苏路.

Also available on eleme.

Yershari Xinjiang (耶里夏丽)

680 Zhaojiabang Rd, near Wulumuqi South Rd.

肇嘉浜路680号近乌鲁木齐南路.

Also available on eleme.

We’ll be updating this list as more stuff opens up, but if you know of any more, please add UnTour on WeChat and message us or email us at [email protected] and we will keep this list up to date.

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