Shanghai cuisine is probably the most diverse in China and even in the world. Residents of the city are very fond of delicious food. There are eateries, restaurants, cafes, and stalls with a variety of dishes almost everywhere here. You will find dishes from all over the world here. This is European, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and Mexican dishes. Of course, you can taste the most exquisite and exotic dishes in China. It is recommended to taste stuffed duck in Shanghai. The "millennial egg" also deserves attention. If you don't want to eat it, you should at least look at it. You should also taste the Lotus root. You can order it fried, as a side dish or as a dessert, boiled in sugar.
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You should taste a traditional Chinese breakfast. These are rice balls with various fillings, such as pork, eggs, and ham. It is recommended to taste a baked sweet potato or pancakes Tsung Van Bing. They are often sold in street stalls. A lot of green onions are added to the dough. Therefore, pancakes have a greenish color.
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Restaurants are very diverse here. Therefore, if you are not a fan of Chinese delicacies, you can eat in a European restaurant, a Japanese sushi bar or an American Burger joint. However, you should visit a restaurant with traditional Shanghai cuisine at least once during your vacation in Shanghai. If you do not plan to spend a lot of money on food, then visit the establishments of the Xiao Yang Sheng chain. These are very popular tourist eateries with affordable prices and a good selection of dishes. You can also visit Jia Jia Tang Bao dumplings. You can have a cheap lunch or dinner with Chinese dumplings with various fillings and sauces here.
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Broth with various kinds of noodles, vegetables, meat or seafood, or a vegetarian version of this soup is the most popular street food. It is unusual to eat noodles as a snack for Europeans. However, this is one of the most popular options for a snack or lunch here. Many Shanghai residents prefer this dish even for breakfast. If you are afraid to buy food on the streets, you can have a snack in the food courts of shopping centers. It's definitely safe and quite tasty. In addition, you can taste several different dishes at once.