This is the flagship location of Yunnan restaurant Lost Heaven. They do relatively authentic Yunaan food, and if you wanna do pre- or post-dinner drinks they have a really nice terrace on the roof. Prices are reasonable for the location and views. Definitely a good... Read more
Celebrity chef Jean Georges Vongerichten charts new territory for his dining empire with his first ever Italian concept. Simple pleasures like woodfire oven pizzas, burrata cheese with sea salt or homemade rigatoni with meatballs dominate the menu. But he throws in... Read more
This is the newly-relocated mid-range Spanish restaurant by "Willy" Trullas Moreno. Willy's cooking is more contemporary than traditional Spanish--he does "juicy rice", not traditional paella -- but stops well short of molecular fine dining. In a nod to the local... Read more
Umberto Bombana is an oft-dropped name in Hong Kong's food scene and his restaurant 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana is one of only five restaurants with three Michelin stars in that city. This branch is their attempt to double down on those accolades when Michelin finally... Read more
Bvlgari Hotel's sky-high bar-lounge serving cocktails, snacks, all-day breakfast and a top-notch aperitivo. Surprisingly chill for such a lux spot. A list of spirits as long as you'd expect, plus a couple of mezcals, cachacas and piscos (nice), and a trio of 120rmb... Read more
Fancy, fancy, fancy Cantonese restaurant at The Pen, serving up luxury Chinese food in an opulent space. Private rooms available. Views across the river to Pudong, too. Read more
One of Shanghai's landmark buildings, the Peace Hotel was a glamorous, Art Deco hotel jewel in the crown of Sir Victor Sassoon. Its jazz musicians were legendary, as were the costume parties and general hi-society debauchery that happened in the luxury hotel. It fell... Read more
Sir Elly's is the Peninsula fine dining, Euro flagship restaurant, up on the thirteenth floor with views across the river to Pudong. Art Deco decor, prestigously expensive. 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
Chinese and Western buffet, wedding-like atmosphere, pink and purple lights, and a rotating perch at a table inside the middle ball of the Pearl Tower. Food's passable, not more, but that's not the point anyway. Dinner runs 280rmb per person, without drinks, and... Read more
Upscale restaurant serving traditional Japanese food on the Bund. You're paying more for the address than the food at this place, though. Read more
The US's largest chain of luxury steakhouses has heard the siren call of double-digit growth and set up shop in the Mainland. Ruth's Chris's menu is fairly simple and straightforward—six different cuts Aussie Wagyu beef ranging from a petit filet up to a porterhouse... Read more
Hilton International's luxury brand is located at 2 on the Bund. The hotel comprises two buildings. One, a newly built modern tower. The other, a restored heritage building, the former legendary Shanghai Club, built in 1911, and houses the luxury suites. Read more
Les Suites Orient Bund Shanghai Hotel is a Luxury City Center retreat. It fuses Art Deco design with traditional Oriental Style. It is located in the center of Shanghai, along the cityâ€™s prestigious Bund area, offering fascinating views over the Huangpu River and... Read more
Dragon Phoenix is the Chinese option in the historic Fairmont Peace Hotel. Like the rest of the hotel, the decor is lavish and vivid, and it's dripping with chinoiserie—screens, fans, tray ceilings with golden flourish. Expect a menu of top-dollar items like abalone,... Read more
The second venue off shoot after its popularity. Dishes are homestyle and creative in the 40-50rmb range, with lots of noodles, and the interior is contemporary and minimal, without being pretentious. Inexpensive, good food in a slightly more refined environment than... Read more
Chain of restaurants and one of the longest running with quality ingredients and good service. One of the mainstays in Shanghai. This location has an outdoor seating area at street level and the second floor balcony faces the Bund. Read more
This is Three on the Bund's private table for two, offering service from all three of the restaurants in the building. RSVP only. Read more
In the evening, Broadway Mansion is a spectacular place to be if you want to take in the glittering landscape of Lujiazui and Pudong on the Bund. This is a 5-star hotel overlooking the Huangpu River right on the cusp of Suzhou Creek, making it a very short walk to... Read more
Built in 1846 and touted as the "oldest western hotel in China," Astor House has undergone extensive renovation work over the years to maintain its unique neo-classic style of historical architecture. It also claims appeal for having previously catered for guests... Read more
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