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  1. NAPA Wine Bar & Kitchen, established in 2007, is a wine lover’s haven with its award winning wine list of over 700 selections. Embark on a sublime culinary journey with Chef Francisco Araya’s creative and innovative dishes.
  2. Located on the top floor of No. 6 on the Bund, this Italian hot spot serves delicious Italian favorites in a sophisticated yet comfortable environment. These creative dishes are accompanied by a collection of exciting cocktails and spirits to go along with the inspiring interior decoration. And with a terrace that offers a magical view of the Bund for both sides of the Huangpu River, this is one of the most spectacular dining experiences in the city.
  3. This Rockbund stunner is one of the only restaurants in Shanghai to boast 3 Michelin stars. Their northern Italian fare includes burrata cheese ravioli, pappardelle with lamb and porcini ragout and breaded veal chop milanese. Be sure to admire the views from their terrace bar.
  4. Jean Georges Shanghai has been and still is one of the city’s finest examples of masterful French cuisine since opening its doors in 2004. With a name synonymous with fine dining, Jean Georges set the bar for contemporary dining in Shanghai. With the unique use of bold, Asian-inspired seasonings, Jean Georges elevated classic French dishes to a new level, with even deeper levels of flavor depth and complexity. In 2016, the restaurant reopened with a brand new interior design to further enhance the dining experience.
  5. This is the latest atelier for powerhouse French chef Joel Robuchon, holder of the most Michelin stars to his name (31!). This luxurious dining experience occupies a coveted spot on the iconic Bund, with an ultra-luxe decor, ambiance and dining experience to pair it off. You can expect to find the menu bursting with sophisticated French dishes that are embellished with impressive accents such as foie gras and caviar.