This venue has closed.
The Camel is one of the best places to watch sports in Shanghai with screens everywhere and the ability to show every major sporting event, regular happy hours (until 8pm daily) and a weekly pub quiz.
Drinks-wise, the bar has eight draught beers, from Carslberg (40RMB) to Hoffenbrau (60RMB) as well as Strongbow cider (60RMB). There’s plenty of bottles too, from Tsingtao (35RMB) to James Boag’s (45RMB). For the classier sports fan, there’s a modest range of wines (35-45RMB by the glass, 180-340RMB by the bottle) and a page of interesting special cocktails (all 55RMB).
The menu of pub grub classics has recently received an upgrade with the introduction of a new chef, with smart takes on standards such as fish and chips, burgers, club sandwiches and other things with chips.
The original Yueyang Lu location is usually packed for any big sporting event and this second branch aims to do the same for sportsfans on the Pudong side of the river. Though it's not the cheapest bar in town it usually leads to a good atmosphere and a fun time.