A Foreigner's map of Shanghai
Updated: 2006-07-10 16:55 *Dan, American
is a reporter from America. He has been in Shanghai as a freelance for more than
4 years, and lives close to Nanjing Road. He likes to talk with his neighbors,
and enjoys living among local Shanghai people. He also has a website,
www.shanghaiist.com which has abundant information about life in Shanghai. This
site attracts both expats and Shanghai office workers.
satisfies vegetarian's taste.
Dan once spent 4 months travelling around China, writing about everything
that happened during his travels. This is the way he lives and he likes it.
"I came to Shanghai occasionally, and had a good time. The city is a mixture
of modern and classical. You'll feel comfortable living here and get everything
you need," Matthew says.
Where Dan likes to go in Shanghai:
Jujube Tree: Arguably the best vegetarian restaurant in an
Location1: No.77 Songshan Road
Location2: No.848 Huangjincheng Road
Location3: NO.258 Fengxian Road
Bao Luo Restaurant
offers authentic Shanghai food.
Afanti: Afanti serves Xinjiang food, which is more middle
eastern than most other Chinese food. Roast mutton and Xinjiang beer are popular
favorites. Also enjoyable are the dancing performances that happen after 7pm.
Gu Yi Xiang Wei Nong: This restaurant offers Hunan cuisine.
Their food is very good, and Dan often treats guests here.
Location: No.87 Fu
Bao Luo Restaurant: It is located on Fu Min Road, with a
small gate for an entrance. The restaurant is spacious inside, and provides
authentic Shanghai food.
Location: No.271 Fu Min Road (by Chang Le