[Shanghai] The Cannery brunch

The Cannery’s brunch menu is an interesting, if not essential addition to Shanghai’s brunch scene, with a fair share of both standouts and letdowns. While the food was not as inspiring as Highline’s brunch menu, the ambiance was a lot less frantic, making it a good destination for a quieter, more laid-back brunch.

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[New York] Lilia

Manhattan is no stranger to good Italian food, from age-old establishments like Carbone and Del Posto, to relative upstarts like L’Artusi and Pasquale Jones.
So when a new Italian restaurant has half of Manhattan flocking across the river to Brooklyn, you know it’s something different. Lilia is such a restaurant.

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[Tokyo] Abysse

There are probably few other restaurants in the world that dedicate their attention as unwaveringly to seafood as chef Kotaro Meguro’s Abysse in Tokyo. The 30-year-old chef forgoes meat dishes entirely on his menu, turning an unwavering focus to the fruits of the ocean.

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[Shanghai] Coquille

Coquille Add: 29 Meng Zi Road, Shanghai 蒙自路29号 Tel: +86 (21) 3376 8127 Hours: Tue-Sun 5:30pm-10:00pm Price: RMB350-600 Visited: June 2016 Will return: Yes Coquille is one of those restaurants that have been on my list since their opening but took me forever to actually visit. This second restaurant by John Liu – the first being the neighboring Italian trattoria Scarpetta…

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[Shanghai] The Cannery

The Cannery Add: Room 106, 1107 Yu Yuan Road, Shanghai 愚园路1107号106室 Tel: +86 (21) 5276 0599 Hours: [soft opening] Mon-Sun 5:00pm-12:00am (last order 10:30pm) Price: RMB150-200 (without drinks) Visited: May 2016 Will return: Yes The second venue from the people behind the ever-popular gastrolounge The Nest, The Cannery is a newcomer on Yu Yuan Road featuring the same…

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