Changning Tennis Club
These hard courts are fairly central, in the French Concession off Huashan Rd, next to Time Passage. It’s Y30 per hour during day, Y70...
Known as Jessfield Park to the British, this is a moderately interesting park located in the northeast, in the former ‘Badlands’ area of...
Tucked down a small street, Time Passage is that rare thing in Shànghǎi, a pub that could be your local back home. With friendly staff,...
This homey spot is one of the most popular Italian restaurants in town and remains a steal after over a decade in business (which, it...
Fu 1039 information
Lonely Planet review
Set in a three-storey 1913 villa, Fu attains an old-fashioned charm uncommon in design-driven Shànghǎi. Foodies who appreciate sophisticated surroundings and Shanghainese food on par with the decor, take note – Fu is a must. The succulent standards here won’t let you down: the smoked fish starter and stewed pork in soy sauce are recommended, with the sautéed chicken and mango and sweet-and-sour Mandarin fish coming in close behind.
Take note that the entrance, down an alley and on the left, is unmarked and the staff speak little English. There’s a minimum charge of ¥200 per head here.