Bargain Prix-Fixe Meals All Over the City!
Shanghai Restaurant Week
Shanghai is renowned as an Asian foodie hub with a bevy of dining options ranging from the demure fried dumpling served with vinegar from chipped teapots, to Paul Pairet’s ground-breaking, multi-sensorial, 20-course private dining experience Ultraviolet, with its secret location and 10 seats per night.
But for one glorious week this September, nearly 100 of the city’s best restaurants from humble to haute come together in a gastronomic frenzy of food celebration. From September 3-9, you can enjoy excellent value, three-course lunches of RMB78 or RMB118, and three-course dinners of RMB168 or RMB248 at participating restaurants across the city.
At The Peninsula, there are Cantonese and regional delights at Yi Long Court and Mediterranean cuisine from renowned chef David Chauveau at Sir Elly’s. Comfort classics feature on the Italian menu at Sabatini’s, while three-Michelin-starred chef Martin Berasategui brings authentic Basque flavours to Restaurant Martin, his first venture outside of Spain.
For modern international morsels, Kathleen’s 5 Rooftop Restaurant is the perfect lunchtime perch, particularly when you’re museum visiting in nearby one-stop cultural hub People’s Square. There’s never been a better time to explore Shanghai’s dining scene, but you’ll need to be quick, with special offers like these the top-end tables are booked swiftly and numbers are limited.