Johnny Moo’s chain of burger bars is rapidly spreading throughout Shanghai. The owners currently have three restaurants - one on Hongmei Road, another on Hongfeng Road and the latest on South Pudong Road. The trademark cow spot decorates the walls and the burgers are just as good in all three branches.
The world’s most expensive hamburger will cost you US$5000. You could, if you wanted, feast on a kobe beef patty, foie gras and black truffles sandwiched between a brioche truffle bun and washed down with a bottle of bottle of Chateau Pétrus 1990. Then again, you might just want to dine at 25 Degrees, a funky burger and wine bar that brings the casual chic crowd together in style.
Down a lane to the side of the Pearl Craft Market just past the Hong Mei Road pedestrian street lies ZAZA Cafe and Nail Spa.
Outside there is a nice decking area and inside, on the ground floor, there is a small chic café serving California style cuisine in a nice relaxed atmosphere and upstairs there is a nail spa.
Sports City Cafe is the only restaurant in Beijing with an international
standard basketball half court on site. Work up a sweat on the court and then head to the bar for a drink and a hearty chat with the friendly bartenders. You can admire the giant hands holding a basketball above the bar, illuminated and sparkling under the lights. It is nothing if not a unique dining experience!
In contrast with your average expensive and etiquette-heavy Western
restaurants., Friday's brings enjoyment with casual and elegant dining.
Friday's pays special attention to details and caters to individual needs.
Malone's has been serving up decent American fare in Shanghai since 1994. Although it bills itself as an American cafe, we somehow come away feeling more like we are hanging out in an English pub more than a typical American bar, but that might be just our feeling.
Bubba’s Texas-style Bar-B-Que and Saloon is Shanghai’s first American-style barbeque joint serving traditional smoked meats and barbeque side dishes. Yes, they actually, a traditional pit smoker and apple wood for flavoring through the slow-cook process.
What do you do if you are missing America and want a burger and a bit of Americana? Visit the Beijing Hard Rock Cafe, of course. The cafe itself has the usual assortment of American fare, but also has live bands (in English) a guitar shaped bar, and more Police Memorabilia than any other Hard Rock Cafe I have ever seen, and that is always a good thing!