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4 based on 171 reviews
ORIGINS at The COOK, the main restaurant, features live show kitchens and a gourmet delicatessen with seating for 365 people, including an outdoor patio. ORIGINS offers the unbeatable combination of authentic dishes, sourced from their homelands and from
Outstanding service with one of their manager Mr. Willy. Iâve been bringing friends over & over throughout the years and we always leave the place with smiley face because of their good foods & excellent services.Hats off too to Amar, the Indian Chef. Must try this place as my second home in Pudong, Shanghai the last 8 years.
4 based on 1543 reviews
For more than 15 years, M on the Bund has played host to the most glamorous gatherings in Shanghai. The sweeping views from our Art Deco terrace, the warm glow of our velvet-and-wood interiors, the attentive service of our staff and delicious fare make an
We arrived during torrential rain and had a very welcoming maitre d'show us where to dry ourselves. We had to be seated indoors given the rain, however we still enjoyed the lovely view. Staff we excellent and friendly to our children. It is a very expensive restaurant but we were aware we are paying for a gorgeous view, decor and beautiful food.
4 based on 277 reviews
The Captain is a hidden treasure tucked away at the top of the Captain Hostel just off the Bund. The terrace offers Shanghaiâs iconic views without Shanghaiâs iconic prices and the professional service is worthy of the local five-star hotels. Cocktails an
This is a nice place to visit if you donât mind walking through the Youth Hostel to get to the rooftop bar and restaurant. The lift is tiny and one flight of stairs to the roof. You can sit inside or outside. You are a couple of houses back from a clear view, but still nice views of all the Towers. Service was good and food reasonable. Worth a visit and fairly popular, so maybe book in advance. Check the opening times before going
4 based on 182 reviews
Vanca's serves elegant cuisine from the heart of the Balkan peninsula. Chef Ivan Tsekov likes new friends and is happy helping everybody make a good selection of food and wine. Come visit us and you will enjoy our traditions and our hospitality. Reservati
I have returned here with my friend and dinner was fantastic! Pitta and garlic bread for starters, pork ribs and Bulgarian cold white wine! Felt like Heaven! Congrats to Chef Ivan, always a wonderful host! Will definitely return!
4 based on 176 reviews
Aside from the delightful hostess and attentive staff that, even after a few days, remembered my preferred tea served with milk, this pretty space hosts a breakfast buffet that is outstanding in its range of choices by Western standards (my Chinese colleagues tell me that it is merely OK in terms of choices). But this auspicious location on the Bund in one of the most historic buildings along the riverfront is power breakfasting central in Shanghai. As impressed as I was with the staff's personal greeting each morning, I know my various Chinese breakfast guests made careful note of the personal greeting I received. That counts for a lot in China, both in terms of giving recognition to the establishment that cares for its patrons so well, as well as giving recognition to the clever host who chose the location and is so well known.
4 based on 654 reviews
Elegant, with modern style and appeal and a bird's-eye view of the city. Epicure on 45 is a revolving restaurant featuring Shanghai's finest a la carte selections and exciting show kitchens preparing delicious food from Europe, China, Japan and India.
Only go there for the great view. The food is not good. I had the lobster bisque and the lamb and it both were really below average - this is mot acceptable when the prices are 30-40% higher than in other good restaurants in Beijing. Dear Kena105,Thank you for your comments, I will share with the team. We will improve our offerings in the areas you mentioned.Best regardsSteve FinlaysonGeneral Manager
4 based on 579 reviews
Hubs and I thoroughly enjoyed our stop here. Classy place, Jazz @ 10 pm, and though pricey, well formulated drinks and great bar fare. The atmosphere was relaxing, service attentive, and a great place to kick back before heading back to our hotel. Will return for sure.
4 based on 280 reviews
Spectacularly lit and located in the top glass dome of the hotel, the Sky Dome Bar is one of a kind in Shanghai. This bar features nightly live entertainment to dance or just relax and listen to music whilst enjoying a cocktail.
Try this bar when its a bit later at night as the views are excellent. There's entertainment on every night until about 12,o'clock.Staff are friendly and very attentive, snacks are good in there if thats waht you fancyDear F6250GVkeiths, Thank you for your positive comments of Sky Dome Bar, I will share with the team.Kind regards, Steve Finlayson General Manager
4 based on 498 reviews
Yi CafÃ© features 11 show kitchens set in a lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere. The walk-through market-style design, with gourmet showcases and live cooking stations, presents cuisines from China, Japan, the Middle East, India, South East Asia, Europe and th
Breakfast had heaps of choices, from baked goods, fresh fruit, eggs (cooked to order) to a host of Asian delicacies. Service was fairly attentive, and food was kept refreshed. Only complaint was that the hot chocolate was not hot.Dear guest,Thank you for your wonderful compliment. I appreciate your lovely feedback and for you to take your time to share this with the readers of TripAdvisor. We have taken note of the areas which did not meet your expectations and will continue to make improvements. We look forward to welcoming you back.Warm regards,Iris ZhaoDirector of Communications
5 based on 258 reviews
Formerly the news room where the Shanghai Club members read their papers, catch up over the latest news and smoke a pipe, Salon de Ville is now one of the more âfeminineâ areas of the Waldorf Astoria Club heritage building, with clusters of traditional so
The Salon de Ville is about the highest class tea stall East of the Suez Canal, including harp music and an incredible atmosphere! One can relax the entire afternoon here, from limited opening hours for limited people!
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