This sumptuous restaurant serves superb Shanghainese cuisine in opulent and stylish surroundings.
Justifying its name, the 'grand' dinning area is lavishly decked-out, with plenty of dark wood, elegant red tablecloths and other extravagant décor that revives Shanghai's heydays, back in the 1940s, when prestigious clubs and restaurants flourished around 'Paris of the orient'...
The kitchen produces fine Shanghainese cuisine and you can either order from one of the set-menus or a-la-carte... Braised shark's fin with crabmeat, Braised beancurd with crab roe in thick soup, Braised pork belly with beancurd skin, Shanghai-style pork & crabmeat dumplings, Drunken chicken and Stewed duck tongue are just a few of the delicacies...
Being faithful to the spirit of old Shanghai, the restaurant features live music (soft Jazz) to entertain its patrons.
Prices are not low: set-menus start from around SG$ 50 per person and can go up to well over SG$ 200 per person (for the expensive items), but the dinning experience is unmatched.
Open daily (except Monday) for lunch and dinner (Saturday - dinner only)
King's Centre, 390 Havelock Road Phone: 6836 6866