Enjoy a Zee-Ai 4-Course Plant-Based Chef’s Menu at Jing Alley

By That's Shanghai, November 23, 2020

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Want to try an innovative and delicious plant-based chef’s menu? Well, good news, as we've teamed up with Zee-Ai and Jing Alley to present a 4-course chef’s menu for just RMB198 next Tuesday, November 24.

Dishes will include Vietnamese plant-based meat spring rolls, plant-base meat with mushroom, deep fried plant-based chicken and a plant-based meat lasagna, while a glass of wine is included in the set menu price.

Better still, the event is the second of five in our Calorie Challenge, with five chefs in five different restaurants preparing their very own healthy eating menus, with the people’s favorite crowned winner. The first dinner took place early this month at Green Friday.

READ MORE: Tasty Times with Zee-Ai Plant-Based Chef’s Menu at Green Friday

Jing Alley is Shanghai’s new hidden bistro in the heart of the former French Concession; tucked away in a secret and quiet space, it is the ideal escape from the busy city streets. Serving a fusion of Western and Asian dishes, the moment you enter their garden you will be wrapped in the tranquil atmosphere. 

As for Zee-Ai, those of you who went to Beernanza in August may have stopped by their booth, where they dished out their top sellers: plant-based spring rolls and chicken nuggets. They also enthusiastically launched their plant-based burgers for the first time ever, with consumers tucking in without even realizing that it wasn’t animal meat-based.

READ MORE: Zee-Ai's Debut at Sinan Night Party and BEERNANZA

As for the dinner on November 24, spaces are limited – and getting snapped up fast – so click here or scan the QR code to book your spot now!


Tue Nov 24, 7pm. Jing Alley, No. 22, Lane 133 Maoming Nan Lu, by Huaihai Zhong Lu 茂名南路133弄22号, 近淮海中路

About Zee-Ai

Zee-Ai is a brand of PFI Foods Co., Ltd. focusing on planted-based products and with R&D teams in the United States, Singapore and China. With the concepts of delicious and healthy at the forefront, Zee-Ai creates a series of innovative Chinese and Western-style plant-based products made of plant protein raw materials, with a soybean base characterized by high protein, zero cholesterol and low saturated fat. The products are delicious and convenient and indistinguishable from animal meat. In line with the fast-paced lifestyle of modern urbanites, they are simple to prepare and are a healthy new choice for families.

Plant-Based Minced Meat

Plant-Based Burger Patties

About Jing Alley

Serving a fusion of Western and Asian dishes and plenty of cocktails and drinks to compliment your food, Jing Alley is Shanghai’s new hidden bistro in the heart of the former French Concession. Get wrapped up in the European vibe any moment of the day: relax in the cozy garden sipping a glass or two of champagne; enjoy a breezy lunch; or indulge in a candle-lit dinner to transport you back to the 1920s. Furry friends can tag along and hang out in the pet-friendly garden!


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