Shanghai's Eastern European cuisine is a blend of European and Eastern European foods as well as foods with Russian and Ukrainian influences. Though there isn't a vast presence in the city, there are a few Eastern European delights to be found, especially if you look past the obvious establishments and at the menus of Shanghai's fusion eateries. Onegin Bar is the city's most well known Eastern European restaurant, with a delightful menu spanning from Belgian to Serbian and even a bit of Bulgarian cuisine. You'll find all the favorites from Europe's Eastern fringes as well as a few Western European classics. Beer is big in Eastern Europe, and Belgium, especially, is known for its impressive array of brewed exports. Brauhaus 505, Castle Oktober and Paulaner Brauhaus all cary Eastern European blends and beers, and you'll find a few distinctly Eastern European items on the menus, as well. Fusion is all the rage in Shanghai, and the Whampoa Club, Mesa & Manifesto and Grand Cafe are prime examples of great fusion cuisine done right. You'll enjoy excellent views, great decor, superb staff and even the food is good.
1 Yue Yang Road
Near Hang Sheng Road
505 Nanjing Xi Lu
Sofitel Hyland Shanghai
German=style sausage and sauerkraut done right...
3 Zhong Shan Dong Yi
Three on the Bund
748 Julu Road
Great Food Manifested in elegant space with much to offer... read more
124 Jinxian Lu
Quaint restaurant with no menu and only 4 tables...
Stylish German Restaurant with amazing Schnitzel...
88 Shiji Dadao Road
54F Jin Mao Building
Grand views all around the clock with fantastic coffee... read more
150 Fenyang Road
2 blocks east of Hengshan Lu, near the Dongping Lu intersection
Lane 181 Tai Cang Road
8 Xintiandi North Part
No. 16, Lane 351 Huashan Lu
Near Changshu Lu
A Delightful Western Get away with excellent cuisine and a great atmosphere... read more