Respond to Review of Pure and Whole - JingAn
Review: I went here a few times while I was visiting Shanghai as it was close to where I was staying. The menu is mostly Western / international-style vegetarian food, and there are always lots of travellers or ex-pats in the place. I tried the greens soup, a black rice dish, an avocado smoothie, and the raw apple cake. It was all good, healthy, and wholesome. There are a decent number of vegan options (probably half the dishes can be made vegan), but you do need to talk to the workers about this to be sure. That's ok - they speak some English, understand what a vegan is, and the menu has English. The price was quite high - aimed at foreigners - eg one time I paid 107 rmb for a modest main, smoothie and a dessert. The cafe itself has a nice, trendy but relaxed atmosphere. But it's very small, and often full at meal times. You can sit next door in the sushi place to eat your vegetarian food, as long as you don't mind watching and smelling all the fish being prepared and eaten.