Gyu Jin created quite a big stir in Hong Kong because of its good value and great food. When we had found out about it's Shanghai branch we were there in no time.
The buffet spread was not as impressive as the spread in Hong Kong. There were vegetables, noodles, tofu, fish cakes, fried rice and so on. There were plenty and it was definitely quality over quality.
There were a number of choices of beef. This is the lean beef option (RMB48/person). Beef was a bit hard but I guess that's normal for lean beef.
The special grade hotpot beef (RMB58/person) was noticeably nicer in texture once it's cooked.
Our soup bases: plain and sukiyaki. We could also choose from kimchi and Szechuan hot and spicy. We preferred the plain one as there was just too much MSG in the sukiyaki one.
And there was ice cream for dessert it's not Haagen Dazs.
In Point, 169 Wu Jiang Rd. (nr. TaiXing Rd.), Shanghai. Tel: 6218-5171