One of my favourite parts about living inShanghai is the food.
You can find dim sum anywhere in the citythere are noodle shops open day and night and there are barbecue carts onevery street corner.
But if Chinese food isn’t for you, youcan find any country’s food represented here.
We have an Indian restaurant veryclose to our school where the owners have come to know us by name.
You might call us a bit obsessed.
There’s also food to meet every budgethere.
Some nights I find myself in a fine dining restaurant overlooking the Bundwith the skyline in the background eating caviar and foie gras and othertimes I choose to spend a few cents at the local food vendor on the corner.
If you’re a foodie you need to come to Shanghai.