If food is the most important thing in your life, when you go to a new city you make it your personal mission to taste everything. 

And that's exactly what I did when I was in Shanghai. Foodies will be pleased to know that this city truly delivers on the food front, some of my highlights include:- 

Not strictly food, but when the weather is 30c you're going to need a lot of drinks. This chain is dotted all over the place and they create some interesting combinations.
Mr Willis - perfectly placed in the French Concession on the second floor above an Italian bakery, this delightful restaurant served up some of the best pork I've had, and the pizza was pretty damn amazing too. 
This Piggy Went Nowhere
An Array of Food
To build up our energy before an afternoon of venturing around museums we went to Shook. When a three course lunch for less than £12 tastes this good, you need to know about it, actually - you just need to go there. 
For Starter
For Mains
The British love their High-Tea and when you're craving it in Shanghai, you'll want to head to Hotel Indigo. The views over the Bund are as nice as the peach melba on offer. 
A Little Quirky
Ginger is a cosy restaurant that offers tasty food. We were bit full from snacking throughout the day so just went for kebabs, a pork salad and desserts. 
We All Love Taking Pictures

A Much Better Pic.
Get stuck into some Cantonese food at Bu Duo, you can find the place here. Everything we had was delicious and will set you back no more than £5-£7.  
Lunch at Jean George No. 3 on The Bund was the perfect way to end my trip in Shanghai. Everything here was perfect, except of course for my inability to take pictures. On my next trip I will invest in a good camera. The set lunch menu and a drink cost around £30.
Good Piece of Fish

Beef - As Rare As Possible

Shanghai - The Food.

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Tuesday, 9 July 2013



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