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Tables at Fu 1088 are some of the hardest to snag in Shanghai. You’ll need to make a reservation look before you arrive at the 1930s Spanish-style mansion in Jing’An district, where the friendly staff and old world décor — Spanish tiles, antiques and dark wood paneling—endow the place with authentic charm from a bygone era. While not strictly traditional, the food features delicious, modern spins on classical Shanghainese dishes. Fu’s modern spins on classical Shanghainese dishes attract anyone and everyone who can foot the steep bill—including society elites, politicians, and Chinese gourmands. 

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Tables at Fu 1088 are some of the hardest to snag in Shanghai. You’ll need to make a reservation look before you arrive at the 1930s Spanish-style mansion in Jing’An district, where the friendly staff and old world décor — Spanish tiles, antiques and dark wood paneling—endow the place with authentic charm from a bygone era. While not strictly traditional, the food features delicious, modern spins on classical Shanghainese dishes. Fu’s modern spins on classical Shanghainese dishes attract anyone and everyone who can foot the steep bill—including society elites, politicians, and Chinese gourmands.