Dining

  • Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet
    • In 2013 and 2014, Ultraviolet was ranked the eighth best restaurant in Asia by Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list and in 2014 the 58th best restaurant in the world. Situated in a secret location somewhere in Shanghai, Ultraviolet takes its guests on a culinary journey where the music, lighting and even the smell of the room are all carefully chosen to match the plate. This holistic approach takes fine dining to a whole different level and turns dinner at Ultraviolet into a truly unique experience.
  • Bund18
    • At the centre of the Bund—China’s most sought after waterfront estate—stands Bund18. At Bund18 where the splendorous past converges with the flourishing present, you can enjoy cuisines from all around the world in a fascinating ambience.
      • Mr. & Mrs. Bund – Modern Eatery by Paul Pairet, is a reputable combination of chic environment, original concept and comforting French cuisine.
      • Hakkasan – World-renowned modern Chinese restaurant on The Bund
      • M18 – The Sexiest Boutique Nightclub in Shanghai
      • Neuhaus Café – is a “perfect spot on the Bund for casual gourmet”.
      • Bar Rouge – Conceived as a top-notch fashionable entertainment venue in Shanghai
  • Three on the Bund

    • Three on the Bund is Shanghai’s leading epicurean lifestyle destination blending gastronomy, art, culture, and music in an elegant, sophisticated gathering place for vibrant people and stimulating ideas. It created and manages 6 award-winning restaurants and bars, The Cupola, and Shanghai Gallery of Art.
      • Chi-Q – is a gourmet embracing the strong and long lasting Korean culinary culture in the intent of bringing it to a new international dimension.
      • UNICO – is a Latin soul lounge, and the first concept of its kind in the Shanghai market.
      • Jean Georges – Jean Georges Vongerichten’s eminent French cuisine in a refined Shanghai setting, with sweeping views of the Bund and Pudong neatly complimenting his lilting recipes.
      • Neuhaus Café – is a “perfect spot on the Bund for casual gourmet”.
      • Nougatine – It features the same stellar cooking as its more formal neighbor, but in a relaxed setting with walk-ins welcome.
      • Whampoa Club – The Whampoa Club strives to bridge the gap for its guests between China’s great culinary history and a desire to innovate.
      • Mercato – is a new coastal Italian restaurant from celebrated three Michelin star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Three on the Bund.
      • New Heights – Situated atop Three on the Bund, the aptly-named New Heights is a modern European brasserie offering casual all day dining.
      • The Cupola – Intimate private dining area in the roof space of Three on the Bund.
  • Mint

    • A Bar with a Bund view. The bar and the dance floor can get crowded. Mint introduced hip hop to Shanghai. It is cutting edge in dance taste and a hot spot for younger expats and locals. It has a very nice terrace and view for breathers.