?Sea World Pub Street
Sea World Pub Street, this is where “pub” culture originates in Shenzhen and people within the pub circle would proudly refer it to as the Lan Kwai Fong in Shenzhen. As one of Shenzhen’s most popular nightlife hot spots, the area is home to over 40 cosmopolitan bars and restaurants serving the exotic tastes and styles of Asia, Europe, Africa and America. The pubs and restaurants are lined up all along the Sea World Plaza, Taizi Road, the Seaview Plaza, the Bi Tao Center, the Yin Hui Pavilion, the Yin Zhao Pavilion, and up to the Nan Hai Hotel Shenzhen. The delicious foods are as diverse as the clientele. Restaurants boast a wide selection of exotic foods ranging from Japanese to French, and from American to Australian Cuisine.
Add: Sea World, Shekou, Nanshan District, Shenzhen.
?Shenzhen Bay Gourmet Street
Located at the central business and cultural center area of Nanshan, the Shenzhen Bay Gourmet Street, stretches along an urban complex with the Coastal City, the Poly Cultural Square and the Tiley Frame City at its core. It is a rich gourmet focused neighborhood featuring a variety of Chinese traditional and international cuisine. Here, you can indulge in luxurious business banquets held at renowned restaurants and hotels, such as Chao Jiang Chun, South Beauty, Grand View Hotel, Hai Zhu Cheng and Bei Hai Yu Cun, and the local cuisine in popular restaurants such as The Tasty Buffet, Dao Xiang, Tai Hing. Or you can sit back and relax in unforgettable coffee and dessert shops such as Honeymoon Dessert, Ma Bu Teahouse and many other fine casual eateries and places.
Add: Haide 2nd Street, Central Area, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
?OCT (Overseas Chinese Town) Gourmet Street
With the pedestrian street near the Seaview Overseas City Hotel as its center, the OCT (Overseas Chinese Town) Gourmet Street is adjacent to the famous tourist attractions, such as, the Window of the World, Happy Valley, Splendid China, Folk Culture Village and so on. Here, there is a gathering of Northeastern cuisine, Chaozhou snacks and Hakka dishes.Dozens of gourmet restaurants offer delicacies from all over China such as spicy crab, crayfish and poached fish available at reasonable prices. Generally, OCT Gourmet Street area stays open until 2 o’clock in the morning. You can drop by and enjoy alfresco dining after returning from the pub, and soak in the cool night breeze and treat yourself to a bowl of delicious Chaoshan casserole porridge.
Add: OCT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
?OCT (Overseas Chinese Town) Bay Gourmet Street
OCT Bay Gourmet Street is based in the Qu Shui Bay in eastern Nanshan, and is home to many middle and high end catering brands such as, South Beauty, Shanghai Min and The Old House. Ancient Chinese styled gourmet shops dot the area where a small river flows nearby. The two to three storey shops are unified in decorative style, displaying a rich vintage atmosphere and picturesque scene. Qu Shui Street is composed of four themed dining areas: a casual dining area, a special dining area, a western dining area and a bar area. It is a gathering place for specialties from all over the world, music bars, and creative markets. Waiting for you is a secluded bay with clear blue water and a variety of bars and restaurants sitting side by side. The entire restaurant catering area boasts a brilliant costal view, as well as an elegant, yet casual interior design which offers patrons an intimate dining and nightlife experience. The air is filled with the intoxicating aroma of wine and delicious foods, which will increase your appetite and makes you forget to return home.
Add: OCT Bay, 8 Baishi Road East, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
?Han Tang Gourmet Street
In the Han Tang Gourmet Street near Sun Yat-sen Park, more than a dozen restaurants and eateries all gathered together along the bank of YiXian Lake with carved balustrades and painted pillars. The artistic temperament here is everywhere and so evenly blended in nature. If seniors visit with their life-long partner, it is highly recommended to enjoy Guangxi cuisine at the Shou Xiang Ren Wild Fish House. The rice and the drinking water served here are supplied directly from the Guangxi Longevity Village. If you are in your honeymoon, that taking the love of your life to Nanshan and having a tasty meal at the De Bao Restaurant is something you two lovebirds do not want to miss. Because it offers an atrium garden that is exclusively in Nanshan, and walking through the front gate, you will see a spacious courtyard, and with a glass dome, a cascading water wall and a waterside pavilion.
Add: Han Tang Gourmet Street, Sun Yat-sen Park, Nanshan District, Shenzhen.