Good place to Explore and both Eat and Window Shop
Xintiandi is a great combination of Shanghai and the world - here you can find food from various corners of the world, explore restored and newly built old and new Shanghai, people watch and so on and...
We visited Xintiandi with a tour group in August 2019. Xintiandi is a picturesque little area with modern shops and restaurants where you can enjoy outside alfresco dining and have a drink. Some of ...
Xintiandi is an affluent shopping, eating, and entertainment area in central Shanghai’s Huangpu district. Centered on a redevelopment of traditional Shanghai Shinkumen structures, the area is popular with tourists and wealthy Shanghainese. Numerous up-scale stores and cafes line the streets, making Xintiandi a great spot for a stroll. Historical buildings intersperse the area including the original meeting hall used by the Communist Party of China and the seat of the Korean government in exile during World War II. Lovely at any time, Xintiandi is quite worth a visit and for the glimpse it provides into contemporary Shanghai.
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Xintiandi is located approximately 10 minutes walk from Site of the CPC National Congress subway station exit 6 (line 10).
It’s lovely at night and it’s quite beautiful.
It is however a very short trip so if you don’t have much time in Shanghai I’d recommend going to Tianzifang instead.
One of thr most popular tourist destination in Shanghai. The architectural buildings are the main highlight of this street. There are many coffee shops along the street and you can have you breakfast there. it is crowded in the evening along the street full of restaurant and bars.
You can take subway line 10 and get of the the 1st CPC National Congress station or Xintiandi.
As you know, I’m a big fan of bbq restaurants. Chuxiaoge in Fuxing Plaza (Soho) in Xintiandi is a nice finding. Relatively cheap, tasty and open.
Something funny about Shanghai is the difficulty to find restaurants open at night, despite the fact this city never sleeps. There are not many restaurants open after 9pm, specially on a rainy weekend. Therefore, if you are in the area you shoul definitely grab a bite here!
Staff are quite nice, ambience is inviting. Not sure how crowded will be during the day. Beer drinks are good, specially with bbq. Meat and seafood 🦞 sticks are very tasty. Chuxiaoge additionally have rice 🍚 and noodles 🍜 options, if you feel bbq sticks are not enough.
They have a pear soup 🥣 that may not look so good, but it’s very recommended. Same with the duck.
📍 Madang Road SOHO Fuxing Square No.388 Room E101-E102, Huangpu
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Shanghai is never short of outdoor brunch places. And spring is the best time to enjoy it. With too much love for avacado in any form like guacamole or toast or whatever; Mexican is always my go to place when I'm super hungry. They also satiate my spicy needs, as their cuisine is also from tropical. I feel most of the tropical places in somehow have the similar taste and flavor except the spices that are local. Situated in the downtown in Xintiandi, this mexican paradise is Mayita. I also heard they have another branch, but I find this place more appealing just because of its outdoor seating. Also we ordered two smoothies, an avocado & a mango in which again the avocado wins haha. Altogether, it's a perfect go-to place during spring. #tripfoodie #tripfoodieshanghai #mexicancuisine #brunchspots