Food

 

Dining

① Restaurants Nearby Venue

ShaoXing Restaurant

Restaurant Address: No.1099 Guo Zhan Road, Pu Dong New District (2nd Floor of SWE )
Restaurant Type: Zhejiang cuisine
Cost Per Person: ¥147
Opening Hours: 11:00---14:00, 16:00---20:00

The Grandma’s

Restaurant Address: 5B21, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type: Zhejiang cuisine
Cost Per Person: ¥61

Burger King

Restaurant Address: 5B07, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type:FastFood
Cost Per Person: ¥30

Good Noodles At Home

Restaurant Address: B2 Level, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Cost Per Person: ¥36

Zhang Shang Han Pin

Restaurant Address: 4B22, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type: Korean Food
Cost Per Person: ¥34

Bi Feng Tang

Restaurant Address: 2L112-113, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type:Guangzhou Cousine
Cost Per Person: ¥83

Xiao Hui Ge hotpot

Restaurant Address: District 3 , Level 2, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type: hot pot
Cost Per Person: ¥138

Tong Mao Xing

Restaurant Address: 3G24, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type: Fast Food
Cost Per Person: ¥28

Xin Shi Qi Barbecue

Restaurant Address: 3B34, The River Mall, No.1368 Shi Bo Avenue, Pu Dong New District
Restaurant Type: Korean Food
Cost Per Person: ¥80

 

Restaurant Location

(Except for Shao Xing Restaurant, all the other Restaurants lie in The River Mall, which is 1.1km away from SWE.) 

 

② Special Cuisine

Pan-fried bun stuffed with pork

The pan-fried bun stuffed with pork is a local Shanghai snack with a history of over a hundred years.The buns, with thin skin and freshly cooking fillings, are crispy at the bottom and delicious with the taste of a mixture of pork, spring onion and sesame.

Nanxiang steamed bun

Nanxiang steamed bun has a history of over a hundred years. The bun’s skin is very thin, and its inside is filled with lean pork meat, pork jelly, ground sesame, bamboo shreds and shrimps. The bun is so carefully made that its skin is said to have at least 14 layers of folded bread, and the flour used for 10 buns weighs exactly 0.1kg. Looking half-transparent, small and delicate, the bun is juicy on each bite.

Shrimps and spring onion braised noodles

Noodles are served with spring onion and fried shrimps. Locals say that eating a bowl of delicious noodles while having some other flavored snacks is a great way to enjoy life.

Crab shell cake

Crab shell cake is a kind of shortbread baked from ferment flour with oil, sesame seeds and salty or sweet fillings. The name comes from its color of brown yellow, which looks like a cooked crab shell. The cake is crispy with a sesame flavor. The crab shell cakes, along with the pan-fried buns stuffed with pork, was the most popular snacks in many most Shanghai tea houses over the years.

Pork ribs with fried New Year cake

The pork ribs with fried New Year cake is a specialty snack from Shanghai and has a history of over 50 years. Pork ribs are coated with flour, five-spicy powders and eggs, soaked with soy sauce, sugar, cooking wine, chopped spring onion and ginger, then wrapped with New Year cake strips. Lastly, it is deep fried until the surface becoming golden brown. It tastes tender, sticky and has high nutritional value. The two famous snack restaurants in Shanghai serving this specialty are called Xiaochangzhou and Xiandelai.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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