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Hyatt on the Bund Brunch
Editor's Description

Hyatt on the Bund has a pair of delectable culinary experiences for you. Sunday Champagne Brunch! Nice way to wake up; free-flow Perrier Jouёt and nine cooking stations set-up presenting diners with cold selections, seafood, sizzling roast meats and desserts. Only appetizers and desserts are served buffet style, while chefs offer tableside service for an array of seafood, including fresh-shucked oysters and Boston lobster. All the soups and main courses on the à la carte menu, including lobster bisque and champagne risotto with black truffles, are cooked tableside. Try the lobster bisque, the restaurant's signature dishes.

© Photo by SmartShanghai
199 Huangpu Lu, near Wuchang Lu
外滩茂悦大酒店 黄浦路199号, 近武昌路
© Photo by SmartShanghai
199 Huangpu Lu, near Wuchang Lu
外滩茂悦大酒店 黄浦路199号, 近武昌路
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