Shanghainese food

Jianguo 328, shanghai

Shanghainese Restaurants For Every Budget

Huaiyang cuisine encompasses the region between the Huai and Yangtze Rivers, including Shanghainese food (which is considered a bastardized version of Huaiyang thanks to the city’s historical foreign influence). This type of local cuisine is known for being quite sweet … Read More

Shanghai’s Dining Scene Snubbed

The recent release of The Miele Guide was another slap to the face of mainland China, and more specifically, the country’s economic hub that we call home. … Read More

In Defense of Shanghainese Cuisine

Shanghainese food is the ugly red-headed stepchild of Chinese food. Declared too sweet by residents of Dongbei and too oily by our Canton neighbours to the South, most Shanghainese specialties aren’t exported heavily, and they’re invariably poorly executed when they … Read More