A "Modern French Eatery" by Shanghai-famous chef Paul Pairet. Mr and Mrs Bund endeavors to be Shanghai's first late night dining restaurant. It's on the Bund so expect it to be classy yet relaxed, without sacrificing an ounce of chic. Serving global French favourites... Read more
Within the diplomatic district of Shanghai, the Yongfoo Elite clubhouse has served as a consulate for the UK, Russia and Vietnam over the years. The graceful manor is now a private leisure club that offers gourmet cuisine and live music in a gentle ambiance. Antique... 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
Simple country-style southern French bistro with a modern take which speaks through both its decor and menu, dishes are pared down and straightforward, yet generously portioned. Read more
Ultraviolet is an avant garde dining concept by resident molecular madman Paul Pairet. 10 -- and only 10 -- diners arrive at Mr & Mrs Bund for an aperitif before they are spirited away to an undisclosed location. There they are taken to a single table in a white room... Read more
Superstar chef Pierre Gagnaire's first concept on Mainland China, delivering his particular flavor of fine dining to the poor, starving masses of Shanghai. Gagnaire may have gone full-white up top but his cooking is not old. He is contemporary and his dishes are... Read more
Da Vittorio is a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Bergamo, Italy, opened in 1966. It made a name for itself serving seafood in a region not known for that, and, after a few decades, moved up into the rarefied world of top-rated Michelin restaurants. It's also... Read more
The Jing'an Shangri-La's spare-no-expense steakhouse concept follows a "farm to table" ethos with artisan-produced steaks and chops and other creative cuisine. The menu riffs off of film production terms with section names like "Cold Open" and "Act One, Scene One."... Read more
The marquee restaurant from the Shanghai Bellagio, Lago is modern Italian fine dining from acclaimed Spanish chef Julian Serrano, celebrated for putting traditional Continental cuisine through his own idiosyncratic, bubbly, molecular prism. It's very much the sister... Read more
Hard to believe that the Park Hyatt Shanghai didn't had a dedicated Chinese restaurant until 2019. That's this one, in the space on the 87th floor that used to be The Dining Room. They kept the English name, but in Chinese it's called Yue Xuan. Yang Chao, the young,... 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
Contemporary tapas from Spanish celebrity chef and molecular gastronomy proselytizer Paco Roncero. The menu features modern reinterpretations of classic Spanish tapas. Read more
Haven is a luxury venue situated at South Bund and designed with a decidedly gothic feel. It hosts private events with an emphasis on fine dining, as well as customized parties and corporate parties for any occasion. Read more
Boasting the largest Wine Cellar with over 4000 labels from around the world. Roosevelt wine cellar regularly hosts wine tasting evenings on Wednesday as well as offering a dining experience from fine dining to tapas, to match with its wine experience. Read more
This restaurant features Jiang Nan cuisine, or South Yangtze River cuisine, which is known for its light and delicate flavors. It has outside seating and some of the most unusual and spectacular private dining rooms in the city. For the quality of the food, the... Read more
Wei Jing Ge is the Waldorf Astoria's Chinese option, serving regional delicacies from Shanghai, Cantonese, Sichuan and Huai Yang cuisines. The restaurant also features a wine cellar of some 500 bottles of wine, each handpicked by the resident sommelier, in addition... Read more
An upscale Japanese spot with a Taiwanese chef. It's got a silent sliding glass door, leading into a minimalist, slick-looking warren of dining rooms. They've got a raked pebble garden out front. Mostly it looks to be seafood, imported from Hokkaido, but they've got... Read more
Super high-end kaiseki inside the Bellagio Shanghai from a Tokyo legend, Iron Chef Juno Kurogi. The short and sweet of it is that this is A-list Japanese kaiseki dining for people who don’t get sticker shock. The original in Tokyo is reportedly the hardest... Read more
Situated on the first floor of the Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, Gui Hua Lou specializes in contemporary Chinese fine dining. Executive Chef Gao Xiao Sheng is a seasoned veteran in the refined regional cuisines of Guangdong and Huaiyang. His cooking is a modern... Read more
Situated on the fourth floor of Shanghai Marriott City Centre, Man Ho is a fine dining restaurant specializing in Cantonese and Shanghainese cuisine. Contemporary Oriental design elements like customized screens of walnut wood and lacquered columns as well as 10... Read more
Named after Leonardo da Vinci and inspired by healthy eating the menu centers on the Chef's passion for fresh daily produce with a focus on flavour, and the odd creative flourish - like sea crab and prawn cocktail with pink grapefruit or homemade gnocchi with... Read more
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