first thing you notice about Shintori is the lack
of a sign in the entrace... and the bamboo trees,
after you pass through the cenent archway. Shintori
is big! And minimalist, a la Japanese style. One
can't help but be WOW'ed when entering the
main dining area. The place is one huge,
wide-open warehouse with very vey high ceilings.
Clean, light-coloured cement walls all around, mak it
on the eyes and give the place a distinct sleek,
modern, almost "New York"-trendy feel.
You won't be disappointed.
cusine and drinks are very well presented. Fom the big
jar of "rock and roll" salad, which the waitors will
in front of you to mix in the dressing, to the selection
of different designed sake cups and the beer glasses
that detach from their bases, Shintori has many touches
food at Shintori is unquestionably good. Whether
or not it is the best Japanese food in Shanghai is debateable,
although many people say that it is. But Shintori is a must-see
simply because of how impressive the venue is. Try
cod: it is melt-in-your-mouth delicious.