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  • Beijing cuisine


    Beijing cuisine makes liberal use of stronger flavored roots and vegetables such as peppers, garlic, ginger, leek and corianderRead More

  • Anhui cuisine


    Anhui cuisine (Hui Cai for short), one of the eight most famous cuisines in China, features the local culinary arts of Huizhou.Read More

  • Barbecue


    To barbecue means to slow-cook meat at a low temperature for a long time over wood or charcoal. Travellers are able to taste barbecue food here.Read More

  • Seafood


    Fish and shellfish are an important part of a healthful diet. Lujiazui provides a heavon for seafood lovers.Read More

  • Foreign cuisines


    Lujiazui has witnessed an explosion of foreign restaurants, representing almost every country in the world. There are a particularly large number of French, Italian, Thai restaurants.Read More

  • Café


    A café is a restaurant with full-service tables and counters and broad menu offerings over extended periods of the day. Coffee shops often encourage families and provide special menus for children.Read More

  • Bars


    If you want to enjoy the great evening views with decent cocktails in hand, go to bars.Read More

  • The Kitchen Salvatore Cuomo


    Well-known as one of the best Italian restaurants in Shanghai, the kitchen has won popularity with its wood-fired Napoletana pizza and gorgeous riverside views.Read More

  • Morton’s The Steakhouse


    Morton’s is located next to IFC mall in the center of Lujiazui.Read More

  • Kafer


    Kafer, a German chained restaurant, opened in the summer of 2012.Read More

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