Brothers Kebab 2: Favorite doner depot Brothers Kebab brings its sensational spinning meat to Jing’an with a new store on 310 Fengxian Lu near Shanxi Bei Lu. The menu is practically a clone of the original with mouthwatering, additive-free kebabs, plenty of quirky deals, and a spanking setting – as you can see above. Stay tuned.
Brothers Kebab // 310 Fengxian Lu, near Shanxi Bei Lu (奉贤路310号靠, 近陕西北路). Tel: (0)21-5265-6177. Hours: 10:30am-10:30pm.
Inagiku new menu: The Marriot’s Inagiku has rolled out a new eight-course weekend brunch to go with the warm weather. The summer sampler kicks off with cold starters like boiled mini abalone and pumpkin cake, progresses to a kaleidoscopic spectrum of sashimi, moves onto an interim tempura selection, and climaxes with wagyu and baby lobster teppanyaki.
Shanghai districts pondering night markets: Calling all nocturnal noshers! The endangered night market could be making a comeback in Shanghai! The city’s Jiading, Fengxian and Qingpu districts are strongly considering erecting a network of night hawkers to replicate the success of Jinjiang Amusement Park, a grubby, but popular knockoff of Taiwan’s legendary Shilin Night Market. This is a good sign in a city where most “street food news” concerns the culling of venerable institutions like Wujiang Road as if they’re early-stage Melanoma.
Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].