Indalo - CLOSED Tours – Shanghai, China
Indalo - CLOSED
About this place
This fantastic Spanish restaurant opened up in June of 2006, but still has quite a buzz about it. I have been to Indalo twice now, and was highly impressed with the décor, service (rare for Shanghai) and food both times! Although Indalo sits at a notoriously unlucky location, I think Indalo will survive in this hidden and serene spot on Sinan Lu, directly behind Fuxing Park and the craziness of Guandi and Park 97. Try Indalo for a romantic date, or with out of town visitors, this place is bound to impress!
Some of my favorites dishes include:
Shrimp and garlic tapas
Boar stuffed mushrooms
Chicken and sausage Paella or “Paella de Pollo y Chorizo” (135RMB): If the staff asks you how you would like it cooked, go with the authentic Spanish style and leave it a little under cooked by Chinese standards.
With a couple classes of sangria or wine, (Indalo boasts an excellent selection with about 25 well priced wines by the glass), a hearty dinner for two will cost about 400RMB.
How to get there: Indalo is smack in the middle of the Huangpi and Shaanxi Lu stations on Metro Line 1. From either stop to the restaurant will take about 20 minutes. I recommend a cab, but if you are determined to walk, Sinan Lu is one block east of Ruijin Lu and Indalo is located on Xiangshan Lu, one block north of Fuxing Lu.
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