Review: Annamaya's food is really wholesome and tasty. The restaurant is in an old stone-walled/wooden beamed house....so it has a very nice atmosphere. The owner Kazu is a lovely Japanese woman who also runs a yoga studio in building at the back of the property. The food really makes you feel balanced and happy. The menu changes according to what is in season, but my favorite (standards) are the veg burger, the beet root/avocado prep (which comes on top of a bowl of brown rice). I also love their mustard potato (or is it pumkin) salad, and their curried corn. All the salads are tasty actually. The only problem is that the food is quite expensive for the quantity. I always end up laying down at least 100rmb without dessert (the chocolate pie is usually very good). Kazu has also cooked for groups of my friends, even without notice, making many big platters of food for us to share, and then just charging 100rmb per person....so she's flexible! I would 100% recommend this place, if you live in Shanghai and are a vegetarian you MUST go!