Bvlgari Hotel's headliner is simple, unpretentious, contemporary Italian done exquisitely with a stunning view over Pudong. Michelin-starred Niko Romito, the namesake, is known for a "ain't broke/don't fix" attitude towards contemporary Italian cuisine. Simple ingredients "ennobled by technique," as his foreword reads on the menu. The menu's minimalistic list of familiar-sounding dishes oozes a knitted-brow dedication to time-honored Italian cuisine. The tastes are simple, well-balanced and unpatronizing. Reminds you how good fresh tomato and basil can taste in a dish. Shout-out to the bread and olive oil. Prices are high; it's home-cooking for people who drop 2k (or 6k++ on a room) without blinking. The condovizione/sharing menu, and a tasting/degustazione menu hit the highlights, with generous wine pairings available (degustazione includes 7 wines) focused on Italian wines from lesser known regions.