It's A Date

Experience Park Hyatt Shanghai’s flavourful and seasonal buffet at the Pantry, which features Chinese and Western cuisine. Enjoy chilled seafood, crispy salads and a variety of traditional European dishes, such as Spanish gazpacho and French farmer’s pâté. The Chinese favourites are Shanghai dumplings and beef noodle soup. For the sweet treats, Chef Maxime has created new dishes such as dragon well infused pannacotta and summer berry tiramisu. Priced at RMB 400 per person from Monday to Sunday, 6pm to 10pm.
Mosaic, at Sofitel Shanghai Hyland, is an all-day restaurant with a new, casual concept, presenting an innovative menu focusing on organic culinary creations in both Western and Asian flavours. The restaurant is located in the heart of the city’s commercial hub on China’s most famous pedestrian shopping street, Nanjing Road, offering an eclectic mix of modern Western and Asian cuisine. Champagne Sunday brunches include foie gras, lobster, a selection of French cheeses, patisseries a la Francaise and red wine. The open interactive kitchen for cooked-to-order steaks, tepanyaki and noodle soups is just a small part of the culinary delights, which also includes extensive seafood, salad, continental meat, bakery and dessert buffets.
Sunday Brunch at Pudong City Bistro of Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East is back every Sunday.
The BeerFest at Swissôtel Kunshan will be held from Wednesday 25 May to Sunday 29 May. Also called “Maifest”, it’s similar to Oktoberfest, and a traditional German celebration of spring.
Hyatt on the Bund continues to be the best place to unwind after a hard week, with their weekly
barbecue in the hotel’s garden. Feast on chargrilled giant prawns and barbecued beef ribs served
with vine ripe tomato salad, garlic bread and lemon-garlic butter. Kick back and relax with two-for-one
glasses of draft beer, guaranteed to help you to unwind.
Executive chef Jeremy and his team have prepared the freshest and best culinary delights from India at Pullman Changshu Leeman. They will present exciting gourmet dishes for foodies. The dishes are served with quality ingredients from different countries all over the world and highlight the original tastes.
NONG Café at New World Shanghai Hotel invites you to warm up your spring nights with their sizzling hot pot buffet! Bring your friends and family and prepare for a scrumptious hot pot feast filled with your choice of homemade soup, fresh meat, seafood and vegetables, and a host of flavourful sauces and condiments. Available from now until 31 May 2016, get ready for a mouth watering hot pot meal to remember in the modern, market-style restaurant and dynamic open-theatre kitchen.
Niccolo Chengdu has partnered with the popular Monet exhibition by unveiling unique offerings for the art and culture enthusiast. A multimedia show on the life and works of Claude Monet, one of the most famous impressionist painters in history, is on display at Chengdu IFS. The Sichuan capital is the first city in China to showcase the exhibition, where it will remain before travelling in early July to Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou later this year.
Le Bistrot at Le Royal Meridien Shanghai has relaunched an all-day international buffet experience with signature selections of seafood, sashimi, cheese, charcuterie, premium grilled meats and East / West offerings. Supplemented by made-to-order courses from the new A La Minute menu for dinner.
The Peninsula Shanghai is pleased to welcome famous sake maker Nanbu Shuzou (since 1901) for an exciting evening with unique pairings of sake and contemporary French cuisine. Five different kinds of special Japanese sake including “Hanagaki” which is aged in French oak barrel meet five culinary creations prepared by French Chef Hans Zahner and Executive Pastry Chef Lucien Gautier.