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Best things to do in Xuhui

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Route
“Famous street full of bars and expats. Good to go during weekends evenings.”
53 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The Bakery is just at a few minutes away from the apartment. I love their Pain au Chocolate.... they are the best for Breakfast.”
12 locals recommend
Point of Interest
Establishment
“Yongkan Rd is a legent of Shanghai. It's a craziness in the middle of old center of Shanghai. This street is the most popular spot among Sh expats who definettaly knows how to have fun. It's a street full of cool bars (wine bars, beer pubs, decent cocktail places etc) and people literally from every single part of the world. It would take you 2 minutes to get there. Also there're plenty of good lunch deals during weekdays. ”
10 locals recommend
Cafe
“Cozy spot for great coffee! They know what they're doing. Come here for your morning coffee fix!”
7 locals recommend
Route
“Used to be bar street now turned into a row of cafes and craft design shops. If you love desserts, Pain Chaud is perfect”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Casual, quaint and cozy bar and cafe with lots of French personality. In addition to coffee, there is a list of very reasonably priced high-gravity Belgian imported beers as well as cocktails.”
4 locals recommend
Establishment
“Mexican restaurant and bar from the people who own The Camel, D.O.C., sliders and a few other spots. The food is decent with tacos and the like starting around 45rmb.”
3 locals recommend
Road
“Bar street with over 25 bars, cafe, and restaurants. A great place to meet up with friends after work.”
1 local recommends
Establishment
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“It's a small bar/restaurant with decent selection of paninis and great wine!”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“cozy restaurant/bar that gets lively at night, this whole road is full of indoor/outdoor cafes and bars, it gets crowded in the evenings and weekends but quiet during daytimes”
2 locals recommend
Street Address
“"Eason") is a small, cozy, cheap and cheerful Cantonese restaurant. Rather than the extravagant exotica the cuisine of this province is better known for, Yisheng does the more rustic home-style variety. The focus is on simple steamed and stir-fried dishes with fresh ingredients. Clay pot cooking also plays prominently on the menu. Being as small as it is, Yisheng fills up quickly and stays that way for most of the evening. Reservations are strongly recommended. ”
2 locals recommend
Street Address
“Small, cozy, cheap and cheerful Cantonese restaurant. Rather than the extravagant exotica the cuisine of this province is better known for, Yisheng does the more rustic home-style variety. The focus is on simple steamed and stir-fried dishes with fresh ingredients. Clay pot cooking also plays prominently on the menu. Being as small as it is, Yisheng fills up quickly and stays that way for most of the evening. ”
2 locals recommend
Bar
“ The address is 88 yanping road, location changed ;) Great on Tuesdays for Latin music lovers, Hip Hop on Thursdays and crazy on weekends ;) ”
1 local recommends
Street Address