food good, beer good, nice service. Nicest hooters i've been in and the restaurant was nice too! Ha!
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I loved the chicken wings and the service is outstanding. pretty girls with nice smile, and they are very attentive to your needs. priced ok and tasted delicious generally.If you have birthday on the day, they will gather around to clap and wish you happy...More
Went here with a friend working in Shanghai. It was good fun, lovely girls. Good attentive service. Price was the usual around shanghai. Aki, was our server and racked up a very special evening for us. Really pleasant.
I've been to two of the HOOTERS here in Shanghai and both were good experiences. The service is always great and the ladies (although not measuring up to US HOOTERS) are gorgeous and fun. The funny thing though, everyone comes to HOOTERS over here. I...More
When you have been China for a while and want to have some good wings and beer, this is a good place for both. I have been to this location on several occasions with great service and food each time. The servers are very friendly...More
Visited here for one night after weeks travelling around China. The food was average Hooters food (so pretty decent), the staff were very friendly, and there was a real party atmosphere in the restaurant.
Although most men in the US would not want to take their wives to Hooters as men tends to gawk at the wait staff, with good reason.......However, the waitresses at Hooters in Shanghai are very nice girls who loves to wait on families (and there...More
The waitresses were trying to be nice but the whole atmosphere do not live up to the expectation of the famous "Hooter's". (Bad News) 1) The food is a cheaper version of US hooters. I did not feel the love. 2) The music is too...More
We went pub hopping with friends in Shanghai and this is one of the places where we had most fun. What struck me was the great variety of Beer, that too on tap. The waitresses talk to you in order to make you feel they...More
It was Chinese Valentines night, I was in Shanghai with two engineers from South East Asia. We assumed all restaurants would be fully booked tehn we had the idea of going to Hooters. Food different for the Asians, something like home cooking for me. And...More