8 great wine restaurants in Shanghai
Fine dining in luxurious environments, or simpler bistro dishes and a more relaxed feeling – and of course, great wine lists. Whatever you want to eat: here is the guide to the best wine restaurants in Shanghai.
Phone: +86 21 5858 6689
Address: No.1222 Changle Road 长乐路1222号104（近乌鲁木齐路/华山路）
Anteroom is not only a small drinking place but also a meeting point for wine enthusiasts who are into independent wineries, organic and natural wine, with a focus on terroir. Here, you can order snacks, tapas, pizza and pasta, sitting among the shelves piled up with wine bottles.
Phone: +86 21 5368 9999
Address: 199 Nanjing Road East, Huangpu, Shanghai
By Black Sheep Restaurants, this nightclub-style place, quite similar to Hakkassan in London, delivers creative fusion Canton-cuisine, with dim lights and the disco music playing in the background. The menu is designed for sharing and celebrates roasted meats and fresh seafood. This is the place to go if you want to enjoy some authentic Cantonese food paired with great wine.
Phone: +86 134 8256 9969
Address: No.376 Wukang Road 武康路376号（近湖南路）
Franck Bistrot is located at Wukang Road in the French concession of Shanghai. This French street-style bistro is well known for many food lovers, and its Tartare de bœuf is by many considered the best in town. At the same time, it is a treasured place for many wine lovers. If you walk further into the bistro, you will certainly be surprised by a cave that reminds you of an old cave at a domain in Burgundy. If possible, I recommend you take a seat outside in the courtyard.
Phone: +86 021 2203 8889
Address: 1218 Yan'an Middle Road, Jing'an District
Located on the fourth floor of the Shangri La Hotel, which is just in the centre of the city, you'll find this western-style restaurant with a nice view and an open kitchen. The signature dish is the steak, and the selection of wines is among the best in all of Shanghai. There's often a live band playing jazz music during the dinner, which gives quite an exotic feel to it.
Phone: +86 021 6071 8888
Address: Bund 18 3/F Zhongshan East (E1), Shanghai
One of the most famous and iconic names in the world of gastronomy. The version in Shanghai is located at Bund 18, where you can enjoy an amazing view along with your dinner. This restaurant has had two Michelin stars for more than four years ago, and the quality is surely consistent.
Phone: +86 21 5466 9928
Address: No.480 West Jianguo Road 建国西路480号
A French fine dining restaurant on the second floor of Capella Hotel. The building is nestled in the last remaining cluster of Shikumen stone townhouses, reminding people of the golden era of Shanghai during the 1930s. This is the first restaurant in mainland China of renowned Michelin starred chef Pierre Gagnaire, who focuses on quality, local ingredients and the reinterpretation of traditional French cooking. Le Comptoir’s interiors are based on Parisian salons and inspired by the old-world glamour of Shanghai. The team of sommeliers will provide you with excellent service, and the seats...
Phone: +86 185 1619 7531
Address: Shanghai Tower 68/F 501 Yincheng Middle Road,Pudong 银城中路501号上海中心大厦68号
A Burgundy Michelin restaurant branch, located in the highest building in China (Shanghai Center, a must-visit place!), now a Michelin one-star in Shanghai with a great view over Shanghai from the 68th floor. The set menu for lunch is highly recommended.
Phone: +86 021 6381 1858
Address: No.388 Shanhaiguan Road,One Museum Place,L4-03 山海观路388号博华广场4层L4-03
A modern bistro created by the chef Jonas Noël, close to the Shanghai Natural History Museum. Oxalis moved to the centre of Shanghai and reopened here in 2019. The decorations and colours are exciting, and Oxalis is open for both lunch and dinner, specialising in Nordic-French fusion cuisine. I recommend the set lunch menu, which is of good value. Also, don't miss the huge terrace with a view of Shanghai city. Imagine sitting there on a sofa, with a glass of Champagne in your hand...