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The Commune Social

Shanghai- The Commune Social, a neighborhood tapas, dessert and bar, in Jiangning Road, Jing’an District of Shanghai. It is the latest creation of Chef Jason Atherton, award winning Shanghai design firm Neri&Hu and Acclaimed Singapore Hotelier and restaurateur Loh Lik Peng. Having had successes with Table No.1 (Shanghai), 22 Ships (Hong Kong) and Esquina (Singapore), The Commune Social is yet another exciting project aimed to breathe life into historic and charming neighborhood. The Commune Social located at the Design Republic Design Commune is a new tapas restaurant designed by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office of Shanghai. The food concept is a fresh and modern take on Spanish tapas, where the small dishes served are refined interpretations of the tapas genre with an international twist. The tapas, dessert and cocktail bar concept allows visitors to take their own journey through THE COMMUNE SOCIAL by starting with drinks in the courtyard or terrace and watch the team of chefs crafting dishes at the open-kitchen TAPAS BAR, then move to the DESSERT BAR to see the pastry chefs at work and finish upstairs at the COCKTAIL BAR. This fun and casual atmosphere allows guests to pick and choose which elements they wish to combine and the order to enjoy them in. Synonymous with the restaurant name, THE COMMUNE SOCIAL invites communal dining where the guests are welcome to share various type of dishes, such as the Spanish Breakfast, prepared with an organic poached egg, served with warm potato foam and finished with crispy chorizo slices and diced butter roasted potatoes; marinated Seabass with Gazpacho Dressing, or nibble on the Sea Urchin with Pepper Butter on Ciabbata from the Para Picar selections.

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