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Nanxiang Dumpling House at Yu Yuan Bazaar, Shanghai

Shanghai has a wonderful selection of dumpling houses and fine restaurants — many eateries are located in the city's top international hotels.

Three on the Bund Restaurants
- Jean-Georges
- Laris
- New Heights
- The Cupola
- Whampoa Club

M on the Bund
One of Shanghai's top restaurants

Bao Luo Restaurant
(86-21) 5403-7239

Grand Hyatt's Grand Cafe
Good food and stunning views!










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Desserts at Portman Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Shanghai, China

Flying South Dumpling House
Old City of Shanghai
— famous for its Crabmeat Dumplings ("little juicy bun"), named for the squirt of soup in the middle of the dumpling. Very popular with locals and tourists — be prepared for a 1-2 hour wait for inside or outside seating.

Mei Long Zhen
(86-21) 6256-6688
One of Shanghai's oldest and
most famous restaurants

Nanxiang Dumpling House
at Yu Yuan Bazaar — Old City
(86-21) 6355-4206

Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse @ Marshall House, French Concession

Si Chuan Restaurant at Jin Jiang — Jin Jiang Tandoor Indian

Summer Pavilion at Ritz-Carlton


Restaurant Reviews
Restaurants marked with a symbol are those we've reviewed. Those without a symbol — restaurants we've dined at and not yet reviewed, or those that have
been highly recommended by
other reviewers, business associates or friends — are
linked directly to their web sites.

Ratings  
* Fair
** Good
*** V. Good
**** Excellent

Most of the reviewed restaurants are rated Three and Four Stars — we tend not to publish reviews
of poor dining xperiences...we prefer to focus on the positive ones. We find out about restaurants through word-of-mouth, friends, our readers, web sites, clients, newspapers, magazines, and radio shows. Our reviews are unsolicited and free from the influence of advertising.

More Info on Shanghai, China
China National Tourist Office

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