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Shanghai Brunch at Azul July 28, 2011

Posted by pacejmiller in China, Food, Reviews, Travel.
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We’re almost at the end of my China series and I’ve saved one of the best for last.  For our final meal in Shanghai we went to a stylish Spanish/Peruvian tapas joint called Azul in the Xuhui district in southwest Shanghai.

Azul is very popular with expats who enjoy a lazy brunch on the weekend.  The bottom floor looks more like a tapas bar and the upper floor (where we ate) resembles more of a restaurant.  They have one of these big enticing menus that offer an assortment of delightful Spanish fusion dishes and beverages which you can order as part of a three-course brunch set + drink.

If you zoom in real close you can read what's on the menu!

The prices are not considered cheap for locals but they are affordable compared to overseas prices (120RMB for 2 courses and 160RMB for 3).

Here’s what we ordered (with pics!)

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Brunch at Second Floor Cafe! January 22, 2010

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Restaurant: Second Floor Cafe
Cuisine: Western
Address: No. 14, Lane 62, Section 2, Dunhua South Road, Da-An District, Taipei City.
Website: http://2floor.yi-fe.com/index.html

On New Years Day in Taipei, we celebrated the start of 2010 with brunch at a popular little place called Second Floor Cafe in the Da-An district.

Second Floor Cafe is the type of place you would go on a Saturday morning for a nice big brunch.  It sells the type of food many cafe-style establishments in Western countries sell, such as sausages, eggs, bagels, sandwiches, juices, teas, coffees – you know the type.

They also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner as well on weekdays.

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