May 24, 2011|
A relative newcomer to the Shanghai restaurant scene, this unassuming booth on Yangqing Lu offers takeaway and delivery only. Delivery is available over the phone or through Sherpa’s. Choices range from simple salmon nigiri to the mighty Philharmonic maki roll.
34 Yanqing Lu, near Donghu Lu, 150 0082 0420
A byword for quality, imaginative California-style sushi, Beijing transplant Haiku is a perennial favorite. Their Moto-roll-ah maki has been copied by just about every other sushi restaurant in Shanghai, but Haiku still does it best.
28B Taojiang Lu, near Hengshan Lu
Oyama is one of the best known sushi chefs in Shanghai, and his 14-seater eponymous restaurant on Donghu Lu is a great place to try his creations. The set menu changes daily, as Oyama selects the best fish of the day to put your meal together.
2/F, 20 Donghu Lu, near Huaihai Lu
This Japanese restaurant has minimalist concrete walls, hip urban décor, and some decent sushi amongst its menu choices.
803 Julu Lu, near Fumin Lu
If you’ve got some money to spend, try this upscale Japanese restaurant at Bund 6. Look out for the impressive shark aquarium.
2/F, Bund 6, 6 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu