Saturday, June 09, 2007


The Baci in Hong Kong was famous for its thin-crust pizzas when it first opened in the late 90s. Like many hip restaurants in Hong Kong it faded into the background over the years and I'm not sure if it's still there (not that I care).

The Baci in Shanghai is set in the middle of a park and we thought it'd be nice to sit out in this breezy late-spring afternoon.

To start we decided to share the antipasto platter (RMB110). It had all the usual cold cuts plus piping-hot fried cheese. Pretty delicious.

We both had the salmon with hollandaise and dill sauce (around RMB150). It was not anything spectacular but nonetheless made us feel healthy. The portion is a little stingy though I must say.

Lunch with 2 drinks came to RMB530. Happy birthday U!

Park 97, inside Fuxing Park (entrance on Gao Lan Rd.), Shanghai. Tel: 5383-2328

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