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BOR eatery

  • 8.0 Taste
  • 8.5 Decor
  • 8.7 Service
  • 8.4 Overall
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Address 2F 322 Anfu Lu (Near Wukang Lu) 安福路322号2楼(近武康路口)
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Opening hours Lunch 11:00- 14:00 (Monday - Sunday)
Dinner 17:30 - 00:00 (Monday - Sunday)
Brunch 11:00-16:00 (Saturday - Sunday)
Average Price ¥350 P.P
Cuisines Exotic , Scandinavian
Landmarks Anfu Lu
Restaurant Features Fine Dining , Casual Dining , Quiet , Romantic , Dinner
BOR eatery by Kasper Pederson Arrives on Anfu Lu

Danish chef Kasper Pedersen and his team are switching things up with a swank Anfu Lu location at new eatery, BOR. From the Danish ‘Jeg bor her’ meaning ‘I live here’, BOR eatery is a relaxed and intimate chef-curated experience designed by the award-winning chef for modern diners.

“Dining is moving beyond geographical labels to become more personal. At BOR, I’m simply cooking what I love to eat, distilled from my culinary experiences and without boundaries,” says Kasper Pedersen. “There are influences from foraging, farm-to-table and nose-to-tail cooking, from working in fine-dining restaurants in Denmark, also from popular streetfood and my time in Shanghai – but the essence of BOR is cooking with love and fresh local ingredients.”

Exemplifying the personal dining experience, BOR eatery completely removes the traditional barriers between kitchen and dining room. Kasper and his team are right in the middle of the restaurant, cooking, plating and serving guests.

High ceilings, natural light and large windows framing the buzz of Anfu and Wukang roads define the relaxed dining space. Natural woods, bespoke ceramics crafted in Jingdezhen and potted fig trees add to the fresh, contemporary vibe.

Dishes created and prepared by Kasper on the seasonally evolving menu include Beef tartare with tomato and fresh herbs on fried sourdough, Fried scallops with grapefruit, hazelnut and salted caramel, and mains such as Smoked pork ribs with sour apple, mustard and pickles cooked in BOR’s Josper grill.

The smoky charred flavours of the prized Josper infuse top-quality cuts of dry-aged beef, whole fish, king prawns, and even BOR’s house-smoked salmon and house-made hams. The full-flavoured meats are balanced with dishes that reflect Kasper’s cutting-edge cooking techniques and passion for quality. An appetizer of Radish with mussel dip elevates a classic aioli by replacing eggs with fresh mussels and homemade dill oil for added umami richness. Mini Danish hotdogs are already a crowd favourite on the deliciously fun menu.

Sides are never an afterthought, including Roasted cauliflower with butter foam, chestnut and lime, Beets beets beets, and Gnocchi with onion cream and garlic salsa verde. Vegetarians and health conscious diners are well catered for with Kasper’s inspiring vegetable creations.

Exploding honeycomb, and Chocolate mousse with chocolate sorbet and dark chocolate are among the old favourites featured on the dessert menu. Accompanying the menu is an extensive, directly-imported wine list, cocktails from the sit-up bar, a premium gin selection, cult-favourite Mikkeller Danish craft beer on draught, and refreshing juices and coolers.
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  • Member
    2019-03-25 Monday
    • Taste: 10
    • Decor: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Overall: 10

    Fresh and innovative, Pelican cooking is one of the best surprises I got in Shanghai food scene. Probably one of the most underrated restaurants to me. More worth 1 star than some I tried here.

  • Member
    2019-03-18 Monday
    • Taste: 10
    • Decor: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Overall: 10

    Everything was excellent. Value for money is really in line with what we expected for restaurant week!

  • 陈明佳
    2019-03-15 Friday
    • Taste: 6
    • Decor: 8
    • Service: 8
    • Overall: 7

    All tihings are great. The food is delicious.But I don't like the pork,it's tasteless.

  • Member
    2018-11-05 Monday
    • Taste: 10
    • Decor: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Overall: 10

    藏在小区附近的北欧风珍珠 装修好看味道也真实

  • 11171271524733714
    2018-09-19 Wednesday
    • Taste: 6
    • Decor: 8
    • Service: 6
    • Overall: 6

    The place is busy so one might expect slow service. The Restaurant Week menu was mediocre at best. Nothing, either taste or presentation, stood out. Might try it’s regular lunch menu in the future, though. Good Danish beer.

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