Restaurants in China

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With a premier Bund-side location, this restaurant offers Michelin-starred Cantonese cuisine including crispy duck with caviar and Chilean sea bass in... Read More

Haya Ronen plays dual roles of chef and owner at this spot in the Jing ‘an district that specializes in Israeli-influenced fare. The purple and... Read More

The name alone should be a giveaway to crustacean-seeking diners. Try the typhoon shelter crab, a specialty dish made with black beans, garlic and chili. Read More

Dishes like roast goose and Hong Kong-style French toast are loosely based on chicken and waffles, its Western counterpart, but the taste and execution... Read More

Meat lovers flock to this local favorite for brisket, pulled pork, baby back ribs, and BBQ chicken. Don't miss out on the fried okra, hush puppies,... Read More

With an interior modeled after that of an historic Beijing courtyard home, this Cantonese restaurant offers one of the city’s most elegant dining... Read More

The revamped Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui houses Hugo’s, a stalwart restaurant favored by the city’s power brokers. On the menu: standards... Read More

While the restaurant’s name refers to an old alley or lane, nothing could be further from reality. Dark tones, dramatic lighting, red lanterns,... Read More

In & Out may be decked out like Yunnanese village, complete with wait staff dressed in costumes, but the food is the real focus here, with delicious... Read More

Located on the third level of the International Finance Center Mall, this upscale restaurant serves classic Italian fare amid panoramic views of... Read More

Occupying an entire floor of a commercial tower, Issaya Siamese Club is lined with vintage-inspired wallpaper, flashy cushions and ultra wide sofas... Read More

Jackie is Shanghai’s premier beer aficionado with a quiet cult following. In 2008 the avid beer lover opened his hole-in-the-wall Beer Nest with just a... Read More

Hong Kongers and dim sum addicts flock to the enormous Cantonese restaurant Jade Garden, which occupies an entire floor in one of the shiny new towers... Read More

One of multiple Jade Garden locations in Shanghai, this restaurant near the Luwan district serves Shanghainese dishes and specialties, such as drunken... Read More

Chef de cuisine Franckelie Laloum, formerly of Michelin three-starred Maison Pic and Maison Troisgros, brings his top-shelf experience to this French... Read More

French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten incorporates his affinity for Eastern tastes into the flavors and textures of his cuisine. The first restaurant... Read More

Whenever local residents suggest going out for a Shanghainese dinner, Jesse is often the favorite destination. This cozy, noisy, and fast-paced... Read More

The crabmeat dumplings are available at a decadent (for Shanghai) splurge of $14 for a dozen and are thin-skinned with a deeply, sweetly crabby rich... Read More

Shanghai’s xiao long bao soup dumpling scene is a fiercely competitive one. Nevermind an attractive ambience and stylish décor, to reign supreme hinges... Read More

You cannot leave Shanghai without trying a jianbing, the most delicious breakfast food in China, if not the entire planet. It’s that good. They are thin... Read More

At this charming, casual joint specializing in Shanghainese cuisine, everything about the food here is traditional (except for the MSG and generous use... Read More

"This is a 24-hours restaurant that serves Cantonese cuisine, mainly in small dim sum portions. It's a great place for people-watching, too. The shrimp... Read More

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