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Having recovered from the pandemic last year, people were champing at the bit to get out again and embrace life. Capturing that heady mood, bistros (quán rượu nhỏ) have burst onto the lifestyle scene of Shanghai.

Good food. Cozy ambience (không khí ấm áp). Even the imagery of street life (hình ảnh cuộc sống đường phố) in Paris. The venues quickly became a captivating trend (trào lưu đầy thu hút).

For many, bistros conjure up (gợi lên) visions of an idyllic (dân dã) Parisian lifestyle, where small restaurants serve moderately priced (giá cả phải chăng), simple, but delicious meals in a modest (khiêm tốn) setting. Bistros are known for their comfortable, convivial (vui vẻ) atmosphere.

The French origins have evolved into distinctly Chinese adaptations (biến thể), with many featuring a high-quality, expensive, intimate dining experience in a market with great growth potential (tiềm năng phát triển).

Bistro culture is thriving in China’s metropolises (siêu đô thị), especially Shanghai and Beijing. As of publication, Shanghai has 265 bistros, while Beijing has 140, according to the Yelp-like app Dianping. Many young people simply refer to the eateries as “bistros,” though the official translation is xiaojiuguan. An online search using the Chinese word brings up 958 results in Shanghai and 476 in Beijing.

The researchers noted that bistros are popular because they help people relax and reduce stress in today’s hectic (xô bồ), competitive society. The emergence of a thriving “night economy” (nền kinh tế đêm) in China also provides an ideal climate for the rapid development of bistros.

source: Sixth Tone,

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