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Personal adventure in Nordic-inspired fare - Taste in China
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Personal adventure in Nordic-inspired fare

Nordic-inspired food has quickly gained popularity in Shanghai in the past three years thanks to Danish chef Kasper Pedersen's fresh philosophy of cooking.
Seventh Son is a Michelin star in Cantonese dining - Taste in China
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Seventh Son is a Michelin star in Cantonese dining

The Seventh Son is a Michelin one star restaurant specializing in well-crafted Cantonese cuisine.
Fresh feasts for summer - Taste in China
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Fresh feasts for summer

Summer is here and it's time to seek respite from the heat in some of the city's best restaurants.
A small place with great authentic Yunnan flavor - Taste in China
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A small place with great authentic Yunnan flavor

SLURP!, a cozy eatery on Maoming Road N. with only a few tables packed tightly on the second floor, is a go-to place for authentic Yunnan cuisine in Shanghai.
This summer, spice up your meat dishes with a little bit of fruit - Taste in China
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This summer, spice up your meat dishes with a little bit of fruit

This season, fruits are finding new ways into savory dishes.
Chinese soda discovering its sparkle again - Taste in China
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Chinese soda discovering its sparkle again

Chinese original soft drinks are coming back strong by making the tradition fashionable again.
Come and taste the real spirit of Beijing - Taste in China
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Come and taste the real spirit of Beijing

A new cocktail bar and restaurant dedicated to traditional Beijing cuisine recently opened its red door inside the serene square of Jiashan Market in Xuhui District.
It's delicious hotpot, but not as we know it - Taste in China
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It's delicious hotpot, but not as we know it

Hu Hu Tang will change your perception of a standard Chinese hotpot. It is more of a holistic pleasure – right from its funky graphic design to every possible detail.
The first 'journey to the west' for many in Shanghai - Taste in China
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The first 'journey to the west' for many in Shanghai

Deda is one of the oldest Western restaurants in Shanghai, dating back to 1897. It's the iconic, nostalgic venue for the older generation of locals. 
Would you queue more than an hour for a coffee? - Taste in China
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Would you queue more than an hour for a coffee?

Hey's Cafe may be tiny, but it's made a big impact on the city's coffee scene with specialty offerings, such as yogurt espresso, and a 立博 in every cup.
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