Fu 1088There's no better place to enjoy authentic Shanghainese food than inside a 1920s Spanish villa. Right? Right! Take a seat at one of Fu 1088's vintage tables, and get ready to savor a parade of elegantly plated local dishes. If you’re keen to try a classic Shanghai dish (or you're all about unapologetically rich cuisine), order the hongshao rou (red braised pork). Or enjoy the lighter tea-smoked duck eggs and drunken chicken made with rice wine and topped with goji berries. The appetizers here skew a bit more modern, with deep-fried prawns with wasabi mayonnaise stealing the show. Note: There's a minimum per person spend of about $46 at lunch and $77 at dinner.
This restaurant serving Shanghai favorites is inside a stately 1920s Spanish-style villa. The plating is as elegant as the private dining rooms. Seated at antique tables, diners can enjoy a parade of local dishes, all prepared in original, inspired renditions. Among the must-order items on the menu are tea-smoked duck eggs and drunken chicken made with rice wine and topped with goji berries.