Add:46 Changhua Rd，near Wuding Rd
Credit Cards Accepted
English Service Available
It isn't difficult to find authentic Taiwanese lu rou fan (rice with sliced pork 卤肉饭) or tasty Florentine lampredotto (cow's stomach) sandwich in Shanghai, but this newly opened eatery is one to serve both, and both can hold up against any Chinese or Italian restaurant in the city. The sliced pork is slowly cooked with the richness and umami taste of soy-sauce-based flavor, making even the first layer of rice, soaked with the same sauce, irresistible.
To some extent, the lampredotto sandwich does the same, as even those who are not fond of the bun will find its sauce-soaked inner layer juicy and satisfying. The Florentine peasant dish, popular at stalls in the Italian city, is cooked with the fourth stomach of the cow in a tomato-and-onion-based sauce. It finds a nice spot in this bar with a limited but delicious food menu.
The beer menu has 10 times the variety of the food selection. Shanghai doesn't lack in good beer, but the pub's wooden shelf, filled with bottles of beer from all over the world, takes up an entire wall adjacent to the bar. It's both visually tempting for those who like to try something new and comforting to beer-lovers. The selection ranges from the lightest to darkest larger, and even includes a few fruity beers and a chocolate-flavored one that might appeal to women.