M marks the beginning of the Bund's renaissance. In 1999, Australian restaurateur Michelle Garnaut had enough vision to turn a taciturn and stately strip of colonial buildings into a happening hub for wining and dining. Today, the restaurant is still immensely... Read more
Sophisticated but unpretentious, nice but not too expensive, this lounge bar is serial China restaurateur Michelle Garnaut's sequel to her popular Glamour Bar, which closed after a successful run from 2006-2014, when the landlord tried to triple the rent.... Read more
Fine Italian dining on the Bund, and the first ever high-end venture / experiment by Yum! Brands, a corporation better known for its fast-food chains KFC and Pizza Hut. An expansive menu spans many regions of the boot, with the kind of down-to-earth, casual fare... Read more
This historical building hosts famous resturant M on the Bund, lounge Glamour Bar, Japanese restaurant Moonsha as well as a spa. The building retains it's charm with high ceilings, spectacular views and amazing terrace rooftop. Read more
Michelin-anointed Japanese yakiniku restaurant via Taiwan. Read more
Shanghainese restaurant on the 4th floor of 5 on The Bund, right opposite the Lujiazui skyline across the river. Specializes in seafood caught in the East China Sea, such as the Yellow Croaker fish, from which the restaurant takes its name (in Chinese). Has another... Read more
A Japanese restaurant and sake bar run by Taiwanese restaurant group Kanpai, who also operates Kanpai Classic at Five and Three on the Bund. The idea is to combine street food with sake culture. They offer a venerable selection of sakes. Also, complimentary oden... Read more
The sumptuous Glamour Bar on the Bund is a multi-functional space that opened from early evening hours through the darkest moments of the morning. Home to Shanghai's International Literary Festival, the space appeals to all types of people who bring with them a... Read more
Beneath all the glamour and hype of the Bund, a revamped bistro rubs shoulders with Shanghai's finest. The modest interior has all the markings of a cosy family restaurant and neighbourhood pub hangout. Whilst surrounded by fashion couture houses and upscale... Read more
Upscale teppanyaki restaurant on the Bund. Read more
The Demon Chef from Hong Kong, Alvin Leung bringing his Bo Innovation venture to Shanghai. Bo Shanghai's concept is a 10 course tasting menu themed with the different regions of China paired with French techniques for 1,500rmb per head. Set inside
The more affordable (by Bund standards) sister venue to Alvin Leung's Bo Shanghai, Daimon Gastrolounge (nee 'Bistro') is a trippy loungebar and restaurant that looks like it was ripped from an 80's Hong Kong noir. Fun interior. The menu's sort of an upscale take on... Read more
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