The third venue from the people behind Cannery and Nest, downstairs it's a bakery and/or bistro decked out in browns and golds. It's got an all-day menu, baked goods, and a section dedicated to smørrebrød, a kind of open-faced Danish sandwiches on rye bread. Some twists on classics like the Gravlax (38rmb) or double-fisted Indian Burns like the Tempura (42rmb). The bakery turns out a handful of variations in either loaf (38rmb) or 8rmb slices. Upstairs, it's a cocktail lounge shaped like the Shell logo, surrounded by panoramic windows overlooking the business district, with a welcoming (at 100rmb per, pricy) drinks menu. Not as much of a destination as their other two locations, but they have a comfortable interior, a decent view, an intimate atmosphere and this banging Salted Caramel Brioche cupcake thing downstairs.
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