Shanghai is never short of outdoor brunch places. And spring is the best time to enjoy it. With too much love for avacado in any form like guacamole or toast or whatever; Mexican is always my go to place when I'm super hungry. They also satiate my spicy needs, as their cuisine is also from tropical. I feel most of the tropical places in somehow have the similar taste and flavor except the spices that are local. Situated in the downtown in Xintiandi, this mexican paradise is Mayita. I also heard they have another branch, but I find this place more appealing just because of its outdoor seating. Also we ordered two smoothies, an avocado & a mango in which again the avocado wins haha. Altogether, it's a perfect go-to place during spring. #tripfoodie #tripfoodieshanghai #mexicancuisine #brunchspots
Shanghai Xintiandi has been transformed on the old building of Shikumen in old Shanghai. In addition to the old-fashioned sense of Shanghai, it is more fashionable and modern. Walking into it, the blue brick trails, the green trees cover the red and blue brick walls, simple and modern. In the afternoon, order a cup of beer or coffee and order some snacks. It is very pleasant to have a chat with friends or to read alone.
Xintiandi is an affluent shopping, eating, and entertainment area in central Shanghai’s Huangpu district. Centered on a redevelopment of traditional Shanghai Shinkumen structures, the area is popular with tourists and wealthy Shanghainese. Numerous up-scale stores and cafes line the streets, making Xintiandi a great spot for a stroll. Historical buildings intersperse the area including the original meeting hall used by the Communist Party of China and the seat of the Korean government in exile during World War II. Lovely at any time, Xintiandi is quite worth a visit and for the glimpse it provides into contemporary Shanghai.