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  1. As Shanghai’s first American Brasserie, POP adds a fun and playful touch to Three on The Bund. This casual yet refined all-day dining experience offers up a mix of American classics, a selection of grilled meats, fresh shellfish and crustaceans, and an assortment of creative desserts. And with interior designs that harkens back to the pop culture imagery from the 70’s in America, customers feel as if they are being transported back in tim.
  2. Featuring sweeping views across the Huangpu River, Puben comes from the mind of highly-decorated Hong Kong-born chef Jereme Leung. The menu puts modern spins on classic Chinese cuisine, with a lean toward Cantonese dishes such as roast duck and suckling pig, and with a variety of dim sum available. The food is accompanied by an extensive wine list, featuring bottles from across the world.
  3. This Shanghai institution is well known for its coveted location on the Bund, which lends itself to its impressive views of the iconic skyline, and inventive menu that attracts all kinds of diners, both locally and globally. The menu boasts an eclectic mix of European, North African and Middle Eastern flavors. On the weekends, they also offer an elegant afternoon tea.
  4. This Shanghai institution is well known for its coveted location on the Bund, which lends itself to its impressive views of the iconic skyline, and inventive menu that attracts all kinds of diners, both locally and globally. The menu boasts an eclectic mix of European, North African and Middle Eastern flavors. On the weekends, they also offer an elegant afternoon tea.
  5. Presented by award-winning chef Juliano Serrano, the Bellagio Hotel’s LAGO restaurant features avant-garde interiors, views across Suzhou Creek, and a menu of creative Italian cuisine. Crispy-fried calamari, vitello tonnato (thinly-sliced veal in a creamy tuna-flavoured sauce), and a large tomahawk aged beef steak are among the range of small plates and sharing platters.
  6. An expansive Italian restaurant in the ifc, Isola’s Lujiazui location allows it sweeping views of the Pearl Tower, while the menu offers up a wide range of authentic Italian favourites. Appetisers such as pan-seared Japanese scallops, fried calamari and Australian Angus beef carpaccio are joined by mains including grilled salmon steak and marinated organic chicken, plus stone-baked pizzas, rich risottos and a selection of pastas such as king crab meat tagliolini. Desserts feature tiramisu and panna cotta.
  7. A sprawling multi-level, multi-concept restaurant and bar on the hotel’s top four floors, as its name suggests, Vue offers a 270-degree view over the Huangpu River, with the historical Bund on the right contrasting with the modern skyscraper-lined Pudong on the left. This panorama is the venue’s raison d’etre and every aspect of the 2,270-square-metre (24,400-square-foot) space has been designed to best take advantage of it.