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Since China began opening it’s doors to the outside world towards the end of the 20th century more and more people have marveled at the beauty and culture of the world’s oldest civilization, reflected in no finer area than it’s cuisine and cooking methodology. Because of Shanghai's status as the cultural and economic center of East Asia for the first half of the twentieth century, it is popularly seen as the birthplace of everything considered modern in China, including its blossoming gastonomic scene. As the locals in Shanghai put it, "Blessed are those born in Shanghai as they have the most chances to taste delicious food.' Shanghai Cuisine is not one of the Eight Major Cuisines of China but is a choice blend of the most appealing aspects of these other national styles of food while being always ready to adopt the best aspects of foreign cuisine and make them its own. Therefore, it may be safely said that you can enjoy all the best food from home and abroad when in Shanghai.

Restaurants in Shanghai

M On The Bund
Fook Lam Moon
Jean Georges
Sens Et Bund
Lan Kwai Fong
The Cupola
South Beauty 881
Yongfoo Elite
Jade On 36

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