A meal at Shanghai leaves you spellbound and is well worth the experience. The sheer opulence of the decor should give you a hint of the culinary delights that await you. Chairs donned in red and gold, evocative paintings, lighting that accentuates the golden tones of the walls – all hark back to the glory days of imperial China and her luxurious cuisine.
Dim Sum, Bird’s Nest and More
Though Shanghai is known for offering a range of Shangainese dishes (over 100!), they are famed for their exquisite take on the humble dim sum. From the traditional Steamed Xiao Long Bao, Pan Fried Meat Dumplings and Pan Fried Yam Cake to the inventive Baked Chicken Pie with Walnut and Pan Fried Bean Curd Skin with Shrimps, Shanghai has it all.
The dessert menu is interesting too. Check out their Chilled Mango Sago with Pomelo and Glutinous Rice Dumpling in Osmanthus Flavoured Rice Wine.