This venue has closed.
One of the few restaurants in Shanghai offering a completely organic menu, Qimin is a bit pricier than the average hotpot, but you get value thanks to the quality produce from the restaurant’s own farm and the ultra-clean, calm atmosphere. Portions are delicate but satisfying – and above all, super fresh. A good choice for two is the couple’s set (488RMB), which includes a tasty appetiser plate (with chicken, deviled egg and cucumber), lamb, beef and seafood (regularly individually priced at 48-228RMB), plenty of veggies, a fun package of noodle dough (which you hand-squeeze into the broth), dipping sauces and a choice of two broths. A chilled vinegar drink with pudding for dessert leaves the palate refreshed afterwards.