Shanghai Michelin Restaurants Guide 2017
Whet your appetite with Shanghai's first ever MICHELIN Guide 2017! For the refined palate to the foodies at heart, check out which Chope restaurants were recognized for their efforts, and which now boasts a star under their name. Read on to find out and reserve on Chope at these popular locations!
Italian Bar located on the Bund
This Rockbund stunner is one of the only restaurants in Shanghai to boast 3 Michelin stars. Their northern Italian fare includes burrata cheese ravioli, pappardelle with lamb and porcini ragout and breaded veal chop milanese. Be sure to admire the views from their terrace bar.
Degustation Menu , Sunday Brunch Menu, Main Menu
Chinese restaurant located in Xintiandi
This Singaporean chain serves an assortment of Cantonese specialities and favorites, particularly, dim sum. With a variety of restaurants scattered throughout the city, they have built up quite a reputation for their crispy pork belly, roast pork, shrimp dumplings and mango pudding. It also was awarded a Bib Gourmand in the Shanghai Michelin Guide in 2016.
Vegetarian Chinese Restaurant located on Yuyuan Lu
Winner of a Michelin star, this restaurant on Yuyuan Road is part of the Fu Group family. The strict difference between Fu He Hui and it’s sister restaurants, is that this one is vegetarian. Spread across three floors, divided into private dining rooms each of which come with a feeling of serenity, this restaurant creates both artful and tasteful dishes that incorporate both Chinese and Western cooking flavors, methods and techniques.
Chinese Restaurant located on Century Avenue
This upscale Chinese restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai Pudong is one of the 26 restaurants in Mainland China to receive two Michelin Stars in 2017. Sitting on the 53rd floor, it not only showcases the very best Chinese cuisine but presents one of the very best views of the city. The menu features an assortment of Cantonese dishes along with regional favorites from other Chinese provinces. Tea pairings are also offered to further enhance the experience.
French Restaurant located on Bund 18
This is the latest atelier for powerhouse French chef Joel Robuchon, holder of the most Michelin stars to his name (31!). This luxurious dining experience occupies a coveted spot on the iconic Bund, with an ultra-luxe decor, ambiance and dining experience to pair it off. You can expect to find the menu bursting with sophisticated French dishes that are embellished with impressive accents such as foie gras and caviar.
A la carte Menu, Degustation Menu, Set Menus
Southeast Asian delicacies located along Anfu Lu
Tom Yum Seafood Soup, Deep Fried Chicken Wing, Chinese Broccoli with Roasted Pork, Red Curry Beef, Tapioca Coconut Pudding
Menu (Subject to Changes)
French restaurant located within PuLi Hotel in Jing'An
"PHÉNIX eatery & bar has been awarded one Michelin star by The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017. Located on Level 2 of The PuLi Hotel and Spa whilst overlooking the Jing'An Park. PHÉNIX eatery & bar opened its doors to the public in late March 2016. This commitment to the finest, freshest, and best quality ingredients is not only at the heart of everything we do but also at the very foundation of the renowned Chef Michael Wilson’s cuisine philosophy. Through PHÉNIX, the Chef has embarked on a mission to give a new life to French cuisine, by revisiting old favorites with a modern refreshing twist."
Lunch Menu, Brunch Menu, A La Carte Menu, Dessert Menu, Afternoon Tea Menu
Chinese Restaurant located at Four Seasons Hotel on Weihai Lu
This fine dining Michelin starred restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai serves elegant traditional Cantonese cuisine combined with some well-known Shanghainese dishes. For lunch, Si Ji Xuan offers diners an assortment of dim sum delicacies to choose from. And for dinner, guests can indulge in Chinese specialty dishes and fresh seafood.
Menu, All you can eat Dim sum Menu
Creative Vegetarian Restaurant located at Bund 22
This upscale, vegetarian restaurant chain, with several locations throughout Shanghai, offers creative takes on classic Asian cuisine. With a variety of mushroom and vegetable dishes available, this restaurant brings innovation to traditional Asian meat dishes by swapping out the meat with other hearty and tasty substitutes.