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Best Restaurants in Shanghai, China

Posted: Jul. 13th, 2010  |  By Carly Zinderman
Best Restaurants: After the sun goes down, the city of Shanghai is transformed into a magical place with fine dining around every bend. The city's recent renewal from international companies has made the city into one of the best places in the world to fine delicious cuisine and Michelin-starred restaurants. Many of the best restaurants are located in the trendy neighborhood known as The Bund.

Yi Long Court at The Peninsula Shanghai
China's Michelin Star winner, Executive Chef Tang Chi Keung is here, cooking mouth-watering dishes such as Scallops Stuffed with Minced Shrimps. Cantonese flavours dominated, but regional and dim sum favourites, suck as Peking Duck and Barbequed Pork Puffs also feature, along with brand new desserts, such as Chilled Sesame Pudding. Enjoy our exquisite private dining salons, Chefs' Table and range of special teas.

Jean Georges at Three on the Bund
Jean-Georges Vongerichten, one of the world's most renowned chefs and touted culinary innovator brings his contemporary haute cuisine to China, For his first signature restaurant outside of New York, Jean-Georges has chosen Shanghai.

Mr & Mrs Bund
Mr & Mrs Bund is modern French eatery, relaxed chic atmosphere, heritage Bund location. We serve populist French favorites, through the manner of Chef Paul Pairet 's looking glass. Service is family-style, recast for a modern table, and the wine list includes 32 wines by the glass. It's a straightforward menu that takes simple French classics to start, and then let you add and play. Mash-ups: not just for potatoes and DJs anymore.

Sun with Aqua Japanese Dining & Bar
Set within The Bund area in Shanghai where stylish-cum-classy restaurants marked the landscape. This is where one can completely immerse himself in a refined yet contemporary ambience, located in arguably the trendiest Bund area (brimming with the most happenings), while indulging oneself in the ultimately delectable Tokyo-styled Japanese cuisine. Also featuring is the surrounding giant-sized aquarium effecting the surrealist underwater feel, and of course not forgetting the Aquarium Bar which offers a wide collection of authentic cocktails and more. All for your enjoyment.

Laris
The name behind the restaurant is chef David Laris, an internationally renowned chef who has received critical acclaim for his cuisine at prestigious restaurants on several continents.

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