Dine with Shanghai Uncle

Updated: 2008-05-27 10:22

The Shanghai Uncle is far from huge but its interior is luxurious and elegant. With mellow melodies constantly playing and red peony as it decor of choice, the ambience is delightful and soothing.

Traditional smoked egg and Shanghai traditional smoked fish are among the restaurant’s most diners. A special aspect of the traditional smoked egg is that the yolk is still liquid, whilst the traditional Shanghai smoked fish is very fragrant with succulent meat. These two are unmissable. Similarly worth sampling is the salt baked live fish, served on a large plate and wrapped in tinfoil. When you tear the tinfoil open, cubes of salt and the wrapped fish are revealed. The salt bake retains the original flavor of the fish – light and delicious enough to give your taste buds an unforgettable experience. A perfect end to the meal is the red bean ice that makes your dining experience complete.

A wide selection of Chinese spirit and rice wine are available.

The service is efficient and considerate.

Shanghai Uncle Restaurant
Price: 200-250 per person.
Location: 2F, 211 Tian Yao Qiao Road
Tel: 021-64646430


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