This private dining restaurant in the new Shanghai sister club of the original members-only club in Hong Kong serves an ecletic selection of contemporary French, Mediterranean and Japanese style tapas. Smooze with the beautiful and the powerful at this venue that promises to deliver you into the good graces of high society for the annual membership price of RMB8,000.
This restaurant is renowned for its two special old train carriages dining hall in its garden. One carriage is from the special train for Empress Dowager Cixi in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The other is a part of the special train for Soong Ching-ling, the wife of Dr. Sun Yat-sen. Dishes here have authentic Shanghai flavor.
It is well-known as the Ding Xiang Garden and regarded as the best garden building in Shanghai. Building No.1, with the style of that in British countryside, is a house of 3-story. There is a round lotus pond and fountain, a large space lawn and gardens. Now the Shen Yue Xuan Restaurant is in building No.2. It offers delicate Cantonese dishes.
Set within a cocoon-like and enchanting environment, the restaurant is culinary "heaven on earth" .A sensual and purely feminine mystique that plays on the contrast between light and shadow, warm and soft colors, the nuances and interlacing of materials that appear throughout the rooms in different expressions, chronicling a voyage back in time. The custom-made furniture interprets the Art Deco style.
Simply Thai, Shanghai`s temple of Thai gastronomy opened its doors in 1999, bringing one of the world`s most favorite cuisines to this international city. One of a handful of independent restaurant pioneers in Shanghai, Simply Thai is consistently the most awarded restaurant in its category and continues to receive accolades from local as well as foreign publications for its delicious authentic cuisine, warm and welcoming ambience, excellent service and reasonable prices.
The motto for TMSK could be `people in glass bars shouldn`t throw stones!`. This ultra-hip hot spot has a bar made almost entirely out of coloured glass. The lounge area has cosy Baroque booths to sit in and flowers floating in a water pool, while `that`s Shanghai!` reckon the glass bar looks like `a 3D piece of contemporary art!` There are dozens of great wines and cocktails on offer and can be drunk out of frosted martini and wine glasses - all of different colours and sizes.
A "Modern French Eatery" by Shanghai-famous chef Paul Pairet. Mr and Mrs Bund endeavors to be Shanghai`s first late night dining restaurant. It`s on the Bund so expect it to be classy yet relaxed, without sacrificing an ounce of chic. Serving global French favourites through Pairet`s looking glass. Service is family-style, recast for a modern table, and the wine list includes 32 wines by the glass.