Status: New - A guide to Shanghai, with a choice of sites not to be missed. It contains details of restaurants, bars, pubs, theatres, music venues, shops,...... more
Status: New - A guide to Shanghai, with a choice of sites not to be missed. It contains details of restaurants, bars, pubs, theatres, music venues, shops, markets, and hotels along with fold-out maps which give the reader instant orientation and help visitors to make the best of their stay.
Insight Guides: Shanghai City Guide (Insight City Guides) - Insight
Status: New - Insight Guides: Shanghai City Guide This updated edition of the Insight City Guide to Shanghai features more detailed coverage spanning 250 pages...... more
Status: New - Insight Guides: Shanghai City Guide This updated edition of the Insight City Guide to Shanghai features more detailed coverage spanning 250 pages and over 600 photos capturing the variety of everyday life of Shanghai, providing a highly visual introduction. With street atlases for easy orientation, expanded restaurant listings and useful travel tips. Full description
Status: New - A brand new title featuring an A-Z format and themed headings that cover over 400 things to see and do, including architecture, restaurants,...... more
Status: New - A brand new title featuring an A-Z format and themed headings that cover over 400 things to see and do, including architecture, restaurants, hotels and more. Area overviews highlight the very best of each district, including lesser known sights and up-and-coming areas. A street atlas with full index and detailed mapping ensures easy navigation.
Status: New - DK Eyewitness Beijing & Shanghai travel guide will lead you straight to the best attractions these two fascinating cites have to offer. Packed...... more
Status: New - DK Eyewitness Beijing & Shanghai travel guide will lead you straight to the best attractions these two fascinating cites have to offer. Packed with photographs, illustrations and maps of Beijing and Shanghai, the guide includes in-depth coverage of Beijing and Shanghai's best attractions including Beijing's Great Wall and Forbidden City, Shanghai's Bund and the French Concession, and also the water towns of Suzhou and Hangzhou. Explore China's cultural heritage through richly illustrated features on everything from Beijing Opera to Confucianism, Chinese Gardens and the Cultural Revolution. Illustrated food features highlight the differing regional cuisines, and detailed listings of the best hotels in Beijing and Shanghai and restaurants in Beijing and Shanghai have been provided by resident China experts. The guide features 3D aerial views of the most interesting districts in Beijing and Shanghai and specially devised walking tours take you easily to the heart of these bustling, enigmatic and ultimately bewitching cities. Don't miss a thing on your holiday with the DK Eyewitness Guide to Beijing & Shanghai
The Food of China: A Journey for Food Lovers (Food of the World) - Murdoch Books
Status: New - Gives you a real taste of a country that has one of the world's great cuisines, and takes you on a culinary journey, from the restaurants of...... more
Status: New - Gives you a real taste of a country that has one of the world's great cuisines, and takes you on a culinary journey, from the restaurants of Beijing to the kitchens of Shanghai, with accompanying location photography throughout. Each recipe is accompanied by useful hints on methods and ingredients.
Pu Pu Hot Pot: The World's Best Restaurant Names - Viking
Status: New - HardCover. Pub Date :2012-10-04 Pages: 224 Language: English Publisher: Viking Pu Pu Hot Pot by Ben Brusey includes 100 snapshots of the worlds...... more
Status: New - HardCover. Pub Date :2012-10-04 Pages: 224 Language: English Publisher: Viking Pu Pu Hot Pot by Ben Brusey includes 100 snapshots of the worlds most amazing. dreadful and utterly bizarre restaurantsWhats interesting about the book is that theres not a single restaurant in it that youd want to eat in AA Gill. Sunday Times StyleHilarious Daily MailYou shouldnt laugh ... but cant help doing so Telegraph. Books for ChristmasRib-tickling Huffington PostForget the Good Food Guide. forget Michelin stars and forget that new place by Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay. This wonderfully silly tome. which fans of Crap Towns will love. is the only restaurant guide you will ever need. Why not savour the culinary delights of: A SALT & BATTERY (New York. USA). Chefs tip : Dont make eye contact with him.LITTLE DROOLING BEAR FOOD (Zhongshan. Shanghai). Menu: Lost in translation.JASON DONERVAN (UK...
The Complete Encyclopedia of Chinese Cooking - Ivy Leaf
Status: New - Eminent Chinese cookery writers from different culinary regions of China have got together to write this authoritative encyclopaedia for everyone...... more
Status: New - Eminent Chinese cookery writers from different culinary regions of China have got together to write this authoritative encyclopaedia for everyone who enjoys Chinese food. The encyclopaedia is packed with excellent advice on using the specialist ingredients, compiling Chinese menus and selecting drinks to accompany Chinese food. Comprehensive instructions are given for the special cooking techniques, together with helpful step-by-step photographs. The fascinating Chinese festivals are described and recipes are given for the famous festival dishes. Over 200 superb colour photographs and 250 authentic recipes capture all the flavour, texture and diversity of the different Chinese cuisines. From the elegant Peking Duck and other culinary creations of the north, we travel eastwards to the seafood specialities of Shanghai and Fukien. We traverse west to the spicy delights of Szechuan, then south to the sophisticated Cantonese cuisine, renowned for its excellence. The encyclopaedia also features lists of the top Chinese restaurants in major cities of the world, and suppliers of ingredients and equipment.
The Everything Chinese Cookbook, 2nd Edition: Includes: Tomato Egg Flower Soup Stir-Fried Orange Beef Spicy Chicken with Cashews Kung Pao Tofu Pepper-Salt Shrimp ...and hundreds more! - Adams Media Corporation
Status: New - Chinese takeout is a go-to solution for busy nights, but typical Chinese restaurant fare can be loaded with fat, sugar, and salt. With The...... more
Status: New - Chinese takeout is a go-to solution for busy nights, but typical Chinese restaurant fare can be loaded with fat, sugar, and salt. With The Everything Chinese Cookbook, 2nd Edition, you can make healthier (and more delicious) versions of your favorite takeout dishes at home, including: Spicy szechwan peanut sauce Crab rangoon Quick and easy hot and sour soup Chicken chow mein Traditional mu shu pork Vegetable egg foo yung Stir-fried orange beef Drunken chicken wings Spicy shrimp with hot shanghai noodles Szechwan eggplant with black rice vinegar Sesame seed dumplings with red bean paste Almond cookies In this completely updated and revised cookbook, you will find traditional recipes made with fresh, vibrant vegetables; lean meats; and just the right amount of healthy fats. Hundreds of easy recipes take you from basic sauces and side dishes to weeknight stir-fries and company-worthy specialties. So forget the time and expensive of typical takeout--the healthiest and best-tasting Chinese food can come out of your kitchen!
Advantages: Wilson's Wit and Chan's high kicks Disadvantages: A plodding and cliched plot
...Shanghai Surprise? Well no not really. Shanghai Noon has an enormous advantage over its sequel, everyone expected it to be rubbish. Wilson?s wit teamed with Chan?s physical dexterity and choreographed ingenuity made for a pleasant surprise. The trouble with Shanghai Knights is we expect it to be good, don?t get me wrong it?s not that it?s bad, it?s just OK.
It?s unfortunate that there isn...
Advantages: Fast, smooth, pollution-free at source, cheap for what it is. Disadvantages: Terminus at Shanghai end not very useful
...OK, I admit it - I?m a bit of a train buff; anything from museum pieces to the latest and fastest.
On a recent holiday to China, I stayed in Shanghai for a few days, and although we were scheduled to come home from there, it wasn?t as a means of getting to the Pu Dong International Airport that I rode on the Airport ?Maglev? Shuttle.
I just did it for the hell of it, a brash act tempered by...
Advantages: Always one close by, quick turn out, children are welcome and catered for. Disadvantages: Toilets can be quite disturbing, not all dishes taste as good they are described.
Restaurant Reviewed: Stag and Hounds
(next to Comet and Home Base)
The Harvester chain of Restaurants have over 2000 outlets across the United Kingdom and owned and operated by Mitchells and Butlers, who claim to be the UK's leading operator of managed pubs, bars and restaurants. Harvester claim to offer healthy...