Azul (Shankang Li)

Last Updated: 04/03/2024 | Posted by: Chrisychoi
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Building 6, Shankang Li, 358 Kangding Lu, by Shaanxi Bei Lu
康定路358号, 近陕西北路
(021) 5670 2666
Opens from Monday to Sunday

Azul Description

Azul, the flagship brand by Peruvian restaurateur Eduardo Vargas, has rebooted after a brief retreat from Shanghai’s food and dining scene and is now serving up Latin American inspired cuisine in Shan Kang Li.

The décor influenced by South American culture with a splash of Mediterranean vibe brings a vacation-like dining experience to downtown Shanghai – settle down for a relaxed cocktail before dinner in the beautiful courtyard and enjoy the serene view of historic red brick houses and the blue hues of Azul in contrast.

From delightful cocktails and tapas to substantial entrees and delicate desserts, Azul is the perfect spot for any occasion.

Azul is now open for lunch and dinner (Monday to Sunday) 7 days a week. Brunch is served on weekends and public holidays. For more information or make a reservation, please contact +86 (021) 5670-2666.

AZUL SKL has a new lunch set menu to attract business lunch-goers. 

The restaurant is the centre gem in the AZULl-COLCA crown of Peruvian restaurateur Eduardo Vargas. It moved from Wukang Lu’s Ferguson Lane into the old construction material’s market turned F&B hub Shankang Li.

Chef Will Colmenares rules the kitchen and highlights Latin flavours and ingredients in innovative ways. 

The lunch set menu offers a starter and main course for 110 RMB, with drinks separate. The portions are generous in quantity, but light on the stomach, with depth of flavour, and a healthy and welcome balance of all food groups.

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