Locals know that Shanghai has excellent fare. In addition to a sizable, regular menu, Shanghai boasts a full, extensive vegetarian menu that contains some of the best dishes in town. Don't miss out on this hidden... provided bymaps.google.com
No title by Guest48704 on Aug 5, 2008
Try the curry shrimp (or any of the curry dishes for that matter)... delicious. The Shang Hai recipes are wonderful, as well. And the owner is wonderfully friendly, whether you're a first-timer or a regular. Great place!... provided bysuperpages.com
meh by chris on Sep 27, 2007
not bad, not good. I got the orange chicken, Mongolian beef, fried rice... you know the basics. Orange chicken wasn't cooked well, the beef was just alright, and the fried rice was bland. Better than other Chinese food I've... provided bymaps.google.com
No title by User-29 on Mar 7, 2007
If you a have vegetarian in the family, and you like Chinese cooking, their tofu menu is a lifesaver. Food is consistently top rate. Cozy atmosphere, small, but accomodating. Owner is very nice. Also close to Santa Barbara... provided bysuperpages.com
Shang Hai - Quality counts by Tom M. on Aug 3, 2005
We could have sworn that there was meat in the recipe, but the chef here is creative and can do wonderfully mysterious things with tofu! The egg and meat entrees are also very tasty here. If you like Chinese food, try Shang... provided byinsiderpages.com
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