Xing Hua Lou Restaurant

Xing Hua Lou Restaurant located on Fuzhou Road is a time-honored old hand at Guangdong food. In the past over 100 years since its opening in 1851, it has been cooking Guangdong dishes and snacks. Moon cake is one of its most popular offerings, which has earned the eatery the reputation as “Top Mooncake Maker of Shanghai”.

Wang Jia Sha Restaurant

This time-honored kitchen created in 1945 is a great eatery for those who like to snack. Famous offerings include fried dumplings, steamed buns and sticky balls.

Sunya Cantonese Restaurant

This purveyor of Cantonese food traces its origins to 1926 and today, it is housed in a 10-floor modern building. In addition to Cantonese flavors, it also offers Chinese and western snacks and hotpot. It can accommodate large banquets. It attracts diners with not only its culinary creations, but also its state-of-the-art facilities and pleasant interior décor.

Shen Da Cheng Restaurant

This famous purveyor of dianxin has been around for 125 years since its opening in 1875 when China was ruled by the Qing court. With its various mouthwatering creations, it is widely acclaimed as the “King of Dianxin in Shanghai”.

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