Yes, this is the Jean Georges of NYC fame and he brings to Shanghai his internationally acclaimed French cuisine with a slight Asian twist. The restaurant is situated on the fourth floor of Three on the Bund, the interior is lavish and exotic with accents like eel-skin sofas. The food is characteristically French in execution, but with heavy influences from the Far East.
With a great view and atmosphere, Jean-Georges has begun a brand new brunch menu, including a la carte selections and a set menu option for a great value. Dishes from 88mb. Three-course menu at 298rmb per person (two dishes from a la...
One of the better brunch deals in town, Jean Georges, the fancy French-Asian fine dining restaurant from the eponymous chef, does brunch on the weekends for 298rmb, featuring things like the egg caviar, beignets and more.
This month, The Brunch List travels to Jean Georges on the Bund, Goga on Yueyang Lu, and Pie Society on Xingfu Lu.
SmartShanghai.com is an independent media publication dedicated to honesty and editorial transparency. We are for Shanghai residents,
written by a team of long-term, opinionated and knowledgeable writers and editors. We never give an opinion or recommendation that we
wouldn’t also share with our own friends and family.