Sitting on the first floor of the Pudong Shang-ri La Hotel, this contemporary Chinese fine dining restaurant offers guests a taste of refined regional cuisines from Guangdong and Huaiyang. Executive Chef Gao Xiao Sheng’s cooking takes classic dishes and reinterprets them to reflect modern times and styles. His specialties include abalone, foie gras and extensive dim sum menu, which is available daily.
Head to the 36th floor of the Shangri-La at Lujiazui for a breathtaking dining experience both in terms of atmosphere and cuisine. They describe the menu as 'European fusion cuisine with a twist', and trust us, it's an outstanding meal that will inspire rave reviews and fill even the pickiest of stomachs.
You know you’re getting all the good stuff at Morton’s The Steakhouse Shanghai. Boasting a whopping 400 seats, it’s a testament to just how popular this steakhouse is, but don’t get too worried, you won’t be joined by a whole bunch of noisy folks because there are a total of 11 private rooms where you can eat in peace. We recommend heading outside for some private al fresco dining and an awesome view of the famous Oriental Pearl Tower.
All the best cuts of meat and premium seafood are right there on the menu – along with some lighter a la carte options, of course – and everything is treated with respect, cooked to perfection, and then brought to you along with a side of excellent service. We can see why Morton's, at the prestigious ifc mall, is practically a household name. (Feb 2016)
Upscale Japanese restaurant located in Pudong Shangri-La
Now you can book through Chope to dine at the Shangri-La's upscale Japanese chain here in Lujiazui, Shanghai. Smart Shanghai describes the food as 'decidedly traditional -- sushi and sashimi imported fresh from Japan, tempura, etc -- served a la carte or kaiseki style.'
Smart Shanghai says: "A craft beer bar in the basement of the Shangri-La with beer prices that change every 30 minutes, predetermined by a spreadsheet. There's a bar, lounge, and dining area, not to mention private rooms. The place attracts the older customers with their leather armchairs and 1920's financial themes. They serve several craft beers on draft like Punk IPA, Vagabond Pale Ale, Dead Guy Ale, Libertine Black Ale, and their very own The Exchange Lager. Prices are mid-range, but there is an additional 10% hotel service charge and 6% VAT."
This affordable and authentic Xinjiang chain is a Shanghai classic and has recently expanded to several new locations around the city. The atmosphere is always lively and packed, so don't take a chance on waiting in line! Expect family style Xinjiang cuisine that won't break the bank but will instead leave you feeling infinitely happier (and fuller) than when you came - lamb samosas, big plate chicken, and frozen yogurt anyone?
Buffet restaurant located in the Pudong Shangri-La
There's never been a better reason to cross the Huangpu. Yi Cafe is Pudong Shangri-La's all-day dining option, and might we add that it's wildly impressive with an incredible range of cuisine spanning the entire globe? From fresh sashimi to melt-in-your-mouth crepes and just about everything in-between, Yi Cafe knows how to deliver the wow factor. Whether you go for brunch, dinner, or a group splurge, you can't go wrong with their various options.
Japanese Restaurant located in the Shanghai World Financial Center
Dating all the way back to its first store opening in the Wakayam prefecture of Japan in 1972, Yin Ping has since stretched from Osaka to Tokyo and now Shanghai. They deliver impeccable and authentic Japanese cuisine, with ingredients imported from Nagasaki. Expect high-quality sashimi, sushi, and other Japanese staples. With locations in Changning, on Fenyang road, and in Lujiazui, Yin Ping is an up-and-coming spot worth checking out!