Mr & Mrs Bund
6/F Bund 18, Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, by Nanjing Dong Lu
- 021-6323 9898
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Opened in April 2009 at the 6th floor of Bund 18, Mr & Mrs Bund – Modern Eatery by Paul Pairet, is a reputable combination of chic environment, original concept and comforting French cuisine. Helmed by celebrity Chef Paul Pairet, Mr & Mrs Bund is about popular and classic food – French at its very core, international around the edges – served family-style, in a manner recast for the modern table. Recently ranked No. 95 in the World’s Best Restaurants 2012 by Restaurant magazine UK, No. 7 in Asia and No. 1 in China in the Miele Guide 2011/2012, Mr & Mrs Bund has established itself a Shanghai’s dining institution, and one of the World’s finest restaurants. Latest News: Mr & Mrs Bund ranks 7 at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2013 The French restaurant on the 6th floor of Bund18—Mr & Mrs Bund was proud to receive the 7th place at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants gala event in Singapore on February 25th. Chef Paul Pairet received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award, celebrating his accomplishments and recognizing his talent, innovation and contribution to Asia’s restaurant industry.
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