Restaurants in China

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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

Inside the PuLi Hotel and Spa, Jing'An serves artistically plated French-inflected fare including seared fois gras with sweet wine or galette with... Read More

When I feel like splurging on a lavish brunch, Jing’An, the revered restaurant at the five-star Puli Hotel and Spa, never disappoints. The minimalist... Read More

Soup noodles with braised brisket, sweet spices, and tangerine peel is a steal at just $2. Read More

“Father of the Nation” Sun Yat-Sen was a member of the “Hakka” people, migratory Han Chinese who speak their own language and... Read More

Owner Lau Kin Wai once critiqued the work of artists; now he scrutinizes culinary art and invites diners to form their own opinion of the Cantonese fare... Read More

Famed Chinese author Lu Xun wrote a short story about a student/vagrant named Kong Jiyi whose love of the bottle kept him from earning his degree.... Read More

Despite the Gallic name, this restaurant is unmistakably and indelibly Chinese—from its courtyard-style entryway to its menu of fine, time-tested... Read More

Originating in Lanzhou province, the local dish known as lamian (meaning “pulled noodle”) is a generous serving of noodles in a giant bowl of fragrant... Read More

Treat yourself to an over-the-top dinner at the Philippe Starck-designed LAN, full of Baroque accents and crowd-pleasing dishes (oysters in spicy-sauce;... Read More

For authentic local food, try the 20-course small-bite tasting menu, including duck sesame buns. Read More

One of the most unique dining experiences in Shanghai, Le Restaurant École Institut Paul Bocuse is an offshoot of the famed Paul Bocuse cooking school... Read More

Le Vin is a small and subdued alternative to Shanghai’s bigger, bustling wine bars. Nestled into a charming spot on Changle Road, Le Vin specializes in... Read More

This chain of uncomplicated Singapore-originated restaurants manages to do just about everything right. Feast on standards such as lobster with ginger... Read More

Lei Garden is an upmarket Canontese restaurant with Michelin stars in Hong Kong and outposts all over Southeast Asia, including nearly 20 in Shanghai.... Read More

For some reason this secret hasn’t spread like wildfire yet: Li Long Fang makes the same delicious dumplings of renowned Jia Jia Tang Bao (above), but... Read More

A real slice of old Beijing, this atmospheric restaurant is set along one of the city’s quickly disappearing hutongs. ... Read More

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