Peter Wik has been traveling the world since childhood. He has visited over 60 countries and some of them up to a hundred times. Peter is the owner of Relasian Travel & Event based in Stockholm, Sweden but constantly on the road. Peter is a foodie and loves to try new food around the world. Here he shares his favorite gems from places high and low around the world to make you go local yet being global. Peter lives in Stockholm and Paris.
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|If you are in Shanghai and you want to eat really good Japanese food Shintori is the place to go. The restaurant itself is impressive as you can see on the picture. There is no sign by the entrance but when you get inside it and you walk through the bamboo forrest you know that you have come to the right place. The food is a mixture of traditional Kaiseki and Japanese cross over. Order a few dishes at a time as the service is quick and you might feel a bit stressed if everything comes at the same time. Better to order a few times. The sashimi is great but the cooked dishes like the cod is even better. Before or after you can also visit the bar next door. Make sure to book the tables in advance.|
Shintori, 803 Julu Lu, by Fumin Lu ( in the former French Concession Area