The Lost Heaven Group are making some changes in their massive, 6,000 square meter building at 758 Julu Lu. The first is the imminent closing of the Lost Heaven Silk Road
restaurant, which was always a little big and ambitious. It opened in 2016. It will close this month, according to three sources close to the owners of the group. In its place, the owners will rent out the space piece-by-piece and not just to restaurants. Meanwhile, Lost Bakery
will stay where it is for the time being but will eventually move into half of the space occupied by the Coconut Paradise on Fumin Lu
. More Than Eat
and other tenants will continue to operate as normal. It's been a tough year for the Lost Heaven Group. This will be its third closing after a Lost Heaven at Disneytown and one in Beijing. The Bund restaurant
and the original Gaoyou Lu
location remain. Tough to be a huge restaurant these days.