1/F, Grand Tower, 33 Fucheng Lu,
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Located at the Pudong Shangri-la Hotel, Nadaman offers traditional Japanese food including sushi and tempura, and other kaiseki style dishes.
A beautiful high-end alternative to its sister restaurant, Sushi Oyama. There is only one daily menu of 10 courses that will set you back RMB690. Expect beautiful food and excellent service for the price.
An exquisite little restaurant slicing up some of Shanghai’s best Sushi. A prix fixe menu changes nightly according to availability and freshness.
Located in a renovated former distillery alongside Shibo Avenue in Pudong, Ambrosia Teppanyaki @ EXPO opened in 2010. With uninterrupted views of the Puxi and Lujiazui skylines and the impressive Chinese Pavilion of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, the restaurant provides an ideal setting for any occasion. Ambrosia @ EXPO offers a contemporary French Teppanyaki experience set within a casual fine dining atmosphere. We focus on superb food quality, only selecting the finest ingredients ranging from fresh fish and seafood to the best quality of Wagyu beefs. As is the nature of Teppanyaki, guests will enjoy a live cooking show with their meals, while our chefs prepare guests’ food tableside. But unlike at other Teppanyaki restaurants in Shanghai, Ambrosia’s food is served like a French inspired coursed meal. Like at our Fen Yang Road location, the intentional limited seating around each Teppanyaki table ensures attentive service and an intimate dining experience.
If you were to take a postcard snapshot of Shanghai, The Bund is where you'd go. Stately and taciturn, it comprises more than ten blocks of architectural relics from Shanghai’s days as a treaty port. In its heyday, this riverside district was the city’s commercial and financial center, home to foreign-owned banks, trading houses, luxury hotels and gentlemen’s clubs. For nearly four decades, much of it lay dormant as state-owned properties until 1999, when the opening of the restaurant M on the Bund sparked a real estate development renaissance. Today, The Bund is home to some of Shanghai’s poshest restaurants and nightclubs as well as some of its swankest hotels. The waterfront promenade is also a perennial favorite for casual strolls and photo opps.
Hilton International's luxury brand is located at 2 on the Bund. The hotel comprises two buildings. One, a newly built modern tower. The other, a restored heritage building, the former legendary Shanghai Club, built in 1911, and houses the luxury suites