The old adage rings true here – if you can’t buy it,
As Kosher food is scarce in China, the Jewish
Center has opened a
A small informal restaurant.
dinner can be ordered for eating at the Café or for delivery.
The four course meals are cooked fresh daily by an on-site chef.
Under the supervision of Rabbi Shalom D. Greenberg
Sunday - Thursday
Shabbat and Jewish Holidays.
1:00 PM - 11:00 PM
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Food safety and
There are no Vegetarian restaurants
in China that comply to Kashrut standards. There may indeed be
non-kosher fat in a food that is labeled ‘strictly vegetarian.
'Many travelers have unfortunately learned this the hard way.
One may NOT drink the water in Shanghai or mainland China –
use only distilled water for drinking and cooking.
Bottled/distilled water can be purchased here.
Fruits & Veggies:
Fresh produce could be eaten but
should be scrubbed with disinfectant soap and preferably boiled
before eating. For your own safety, do not eat from the vendors
on the streets.