Tag Archives: Italian Food

Stand-out Memories of Shanghai: Pizza Restaurant Cutie

I’ve lived in Shanghai for a long time. It doesn’t matter exactly how long. But long. In that time, there have been some memories that stand out among the rest. Here’s one: Pizza Restaurant Cutie I was in an Italian restaurant, years ago. It was the kind of place that summed up 2005 Shanghai dining […]

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Chefs in the City Official: Get your ticket now

Official press release: “CHEFS IN THE CITY”, ORIGINAL EXCLUSIVE MENUS FOR AN ITINERANT EVENT IN SHANGHAI, LAST STOP OF 2013, 7th of November. The first edition of Chefs in the City is at its last stop. The host of the last CITC 2013 will be the Michelin star Corrado Michelazzo in the new Italian concept […]

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Chefs in the City: 7 November 2013

Chefs in the City is a non-profit organisation which donates all net income to the Institute of Cancer. They hold monthly events around Italian restaurants in Shanghai and have managed to bring together some of the most famous Italian Chefs in Shanghai: Corrado Michelazzo from 10 Corso Como, Riccardo Messina from Acqua e Farina, Giuseppe […]

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‘Nice little’ Italian style restaurant in Hongqiao: The Bellagio

If you are looking for a ‘business lunch’, a casual bite or a quiet time with some good-value food, drink and internet (that’s wi-fi if you are still hooked on late 90s wordage), then go to the 3rd floor of the Maxdo Plaza, which is on Xianxia road in the heart of Hongqiao. I chanced […]

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DOC Gastronomia Italiana (Pizza): Fashionable, not bad

D.O.C. is an Italian restaurant on Dongping road (toward the Yueyang road end by the Camel) in Shanghai. It has picked a great location and is always full with tables of expats doing the group expat dinner thing. I think it could also be a good place for first dates because it is noisy and […]

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Bocca: The unpretentious Bund restaurant

Most places on the Bund are over-rated. If you simply read the reviews of places like Mr. & Mrs. Bund, Jack London and such, then you will soon see that while the customers enjoy some of the experience (yet none of the arrogant service), no one really feels as though they get what they pay […]

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