Probably Shanghai’s most picturesque neighborhood.. I happened to visit this area for dinner on a freezing cold December evening, but once you get their, the ambience the cool quotient of the place can warm the cockles of even a die hard deep freezer. The place boasts of colonial-style mansions, tree-lined streets, and lovely parks with a plethora of eating out cafes, bistros, pubs, walking streets and with its multicultural mix of beautiful people the setting can be quite romantic for an evening out with the better half or just some chilling out with friends. We dined at the Latina Brazilian restaurant - where they serve you awesome BBQ meats on swords and skewers with prime cuts and they serve you till you don't ask them to stop by turning over your little table mat sign that says.."stop" the area is a must visit for its sheer charm and laid back excitment. you can simply walk about or sit out at the cafes for an amazing experience within this city.
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