Fook Lam Moon
2/F, Tower 1, 33 Fu Cheng Lu, Pudong ShangriLa Hotel,
- 021-5877 3786
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Luxurious Cantonese restaurant renowned for its premium seafood dishes.
Three on the Bund, Shanghai’s finest epicurean destination, unveiled its latest culinary project – Canton Table on the 3rd of December, offering a brand new Cantonese restaurant on the fifth floor of the building.
Canton Table traces back the essence of Cantonese cuisine. Whether it is home-style cooking or sophisticated delicacies, all adhere to the best and extensive selections of high quality fresh ingredients and to the traditional cooking skills. Time and sincerity are invested in detailed preparations of each dish, to retain the true flavor of all the delicious ingredients.
Canton Table has brought back the use of Imperial Cauldrons which was served only at Chinese Emperors’ feast. “Braised Dried Abalone with Supreme Oyster Sauce” cooked in the Canton Table imperial cauldron is a specialty on the menu. By placing top quality dried abalone in the rapidly heated pot at high temperatures of 300 degrees Celsius, the essence of the seafood is fully locked revealing the best taste of the ingredient. The custom-made copper pot was inspired by the custom of hiring private chefs in the 1960’s Hong Kong.
A meld of Shangri-la's impeccable service and well-made Sichuanese, Shanghainese and Cantonese cuisine.
Contemporary, elegant and comfortable, Wan Hao Chinese restaurant on the 39th floor showcases fine Cantonese cuisine and contemporary market fresh Shanghainese specialties. Our daily Dim Sum affair offers one of the best assortments of dumplings in town. Menu is market fresh, product focused and seasonal while service is crisp, elegant and efficient. A place where people demonstrate passion for Chinese cuisine. The restaurant's five private rooms with magnificent city views cater to any special occasion in need of an exclusive setting.
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