Pudong Shangri-La, East Shanghai launches Signature Flight, which extends the culinary spread to experience Huaiyangnese cuisine by Gui Hua Lou, Japanese Teppanyaki cuisine by Nadaman, French cuisine by Jade on 36 Restaurant and coffee or tea on Jade on 36 Bar, together with the signature canapés at Grand Tower Lounge all at the same time.
Signature Flight provides guests with an innovative and panoramic dining experience that allows them to indulge in a refined cuisine in each unique restaurant all within one destination. Pudong Shangri-la’s celebrity chefs, Chef Sam Gao, Chef Honda Masami and Chef Franck-Elie Laloum, will offer signature dishes in their respective restaurants and wait for distinguished guests to come and enjoy.
“We would like to introduce a unique dining concept in the city,” said Mr Kyle Pretorius, executive F&B manager, who aims to provide diners with more innovative and creative dining experience. “I think it’s a great idea to be able to expose the diversity of the culinary offerings within the flagship hotel of Pudong Shangri-La in one evening.”
The gastronomic journey starts from the Grand Tower Lobby, where diners will be warmly welcomed by a Journey Ambassador who will lead them to their first stop of the evening at the Grand Tower Lounge to enjoy signature canapés.
After the warm-up appetiser, diners are invited to taste some of the best dishes at Gui Hua Lou and the main items for Teppanyaki at Nadaman.
The feast of the night comes to the climax when diners are escorted by the Ambassador to Jade on 36 Restaurant, where Chef Franck-Elie presents the fine-dining French cuisine with a modern touch and contemporary mix of eastern and western style. The sumptuous culinary journey approaches an epilogue when guests are offered tea, coffee or digestives along with petit fours at Jade on 36 Bar while being entertained by on-live talented Jazz singers.
An exclusive additional experience is the return journey in the luxury of Pudong Shangri-La’s own Rolls Royce, setting the tone for a refined and defined evening of entertainment.
Signature Flight is priced at:
- RMB 1,368 per person (excluding beverages)
- RMB 1,568 per person (includes one glass of Champagne and canapés)
- Rolls Royce Transfer at RMB118 per kilometre
Signature Flight is available only for dinner from Monday to Saturday. The prices quoted are subject to a 15 per cent service charge. For more information or to make a reservation, please call the Restaurant Reservation Centre at (86 21) 6882 8888 extension 6888 or e-mail email@example.com.
Perched next to the lobby of the Grand Tower, an intimate entrance leads guests to the Grand Tower Lounge, which is lit with natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows. A simple harmony between pastel chinoiserie-chic decorations and contemporary furnishings, the Grand Tower Lounge is a perfect venue for any occasion.
The Gui Hua Lou Chinese restaurant at Pudong Shangri-La, Shanghai offers authentic Huaiyang, Cantonese, Shanghainese and Sichuanese cuisines. Opened in January 2006, the restaurant has been a popular choice amongst locals, and has been named “Best Chinese Restaurant” by influential media Modern Weekly, Food and Wine China, and Shanghai Tatler Magazine, to name a few.
Nadaman serves the finest in traditional Japanese cuisine and culinary art – a culmination of over 180 years of knowledge and experience handed down through generations. With its sleek, contemporary décor designed by the internationally recognised Japanese interior design house, Super Potato Co. Ltd., Nadaman provides an exquisite environment to relax and entertain with friends and family.
Jade on 36 Restaurant is – similar to Shanghai – classic, yet modern and contemporary. Featuring classical French cuisine with a contemporary twist, the futuristic design of Adam D. Tihany and views of the city, Jade on 36 Restaurant captures the spirit of modern Shanghai.
Jade on 36 Bar, which opened on 2 December 2005, is modern and cosmopolitan, yet as Chinese as Shanghai itself – a stylish, hip space for sipping superbly crafted designer drinks while gazing at Shanghai’s gleaming skyline.