Explore the culinary delights of Shanghai

Di Shui Dong ribs
Shanghai doesn’t seem like it would be famous for its meat, but these fall-off-the-bone ribs are as succulent as there are tender. Address: Di Shui Dong, multiple locations, 2/F, 56 Maoming Nan Lu, near Changle Lu Address for taxi : 茂名南路56号, 近长乐路2楼 电话:86 21 6253 2689

Grilled oysters (烤生蚝)
Shanghai is sea food foodie heaven and we have an entire street dedicated to oysters, mussels, scallops, crawfish (and for cheap!) to. Try: Han Ji Shao Chao (韩记烧烤), 26 Shouning Lu, near Xizang Nan Lu Address for taxi:寿宁路26号, 近西藏南路

Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)
Certainly, the smelliest food in the city, stinky tofu -- fermented and plenty offensive to the nose -- is one of Shanghai’s favorite snacks, and one many foreigners love to hate. Try: Yunnan Nan Lu, near Yan’an Lu Address for taxi:云南南路, 近延安路