Oxalis is permanently closed.
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...
About the Oxalis Wine List
The wine list is created by the chef himself, who was born in Lorraine in France. Around 80 per cent of the wines are French, from the Loire valley, Roussillon, even Corsica, along with some wine from other Old World countries like Germany, Spain, Italy and Portugal. There are also a few bottles from Argentina and Australia, as well as China.
A lot of the wines are low intervention and natural, and you can, for example, try some orange wine from Matassa, or share a bottle of interesting Pet-Nat of Montlouis sur Loire without dosage. There's around ten wines by the glass, as well as some half bottles, which gives you the possibility to taste many different wines.
- Beautiful view
- French wines
- Natural wines
- Old world
- Orange wines
- Outdoor seating