re you a sucker for savings? Now into the third week of Chopetember, restaurant reservation platform Chope is treating you to RMB80 off your meals at 8 top eateries in Shanghai!
In case you missed the memo: every week until the end of September, they are teaming up with eight fantastic dining spots around town to help you save some of that sweat-earned RMB.
How does that work? Just book through the links provided and watch the savings pile up!
Whether you’re still in the mood for fresh salads or you’re looking for something to warm you up from the inside out, enjoy discounts at these top restaurants until the end of the week!
A long-time favorite for fans of everything spicy, Sichuan Citizen. This continuously popular Sichuan restaurant (formerly on Donghu Lu) is still killing it in its Ferguson Lane digs.
The kitchen prepares mean (a.k.a spicy) examples of the region’s best-known eats, from mapo tofu to laziji. Not to worry, the chefs can hold back the spice if you ask for it, or look through their less spicy options.
Food on skewers simply cannot disappoint.
STYX is a child of gussied up chuan-er and world travels. The owner and chef Pascal Ballot’s has seen the world and serves it up on your plate. Prepare your palate for a trip to the beach via flame-grilled shrimp and Southeast Asian slaw or channel the feels of Morocco with fatty chunks of lamb served with couscous and harissa.
Stone Brewing Tap Room Shanghai
Industrial-chic meets gothic style at this California-founded beacon of craft beer, decked out with copper piping and gargoyle motifs.
Tucked away in Xuhui, Nepali Kitchen offers a slice from “the roof of the world”. Authentic curries, a range of daals, freshly-baked roti, and more might make you forget you are still in Shanghai.
Hatsune (Disneytown & IAPM)
Serving up sushi rolls, sashimi, tempura, and other stylish California-style Japanese delicacies, the restaurant imports its seafood from all over the world.
Palatino Roman Cuisine
A charming Italian eatery set on Changle Lu will make itself visible by the Roman columns outside of the entrance. Palatino is the place to dig into Roman-style pizzas, chewy house-made pasta and freshly-baked bread, all kinds of cold cuts and cheeses, and desserts.
A popular spot amongst hopheads, this trendy Aussie brewery has a wide range of craft beers on tap and a menu that offers some solid bar bites and heartier dishes – all meant for sharing.
The new project from Danish chef Kasper Pedersen, who is also behind now-shuttered Pelikan, BOR eatery is all about home-style cooking.
Chef Pedersen and his team cook up simple but delightful modern European cuisine with a Nordic twist. You can even admire their work while waiting for your meal since the restaurant boasts an open kitchen.
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