With three native Shanghainese chefs helming the kitchen, you don't have to worry about whether the food is truly authentic. Select one of several set menus, which include a minimum of 6 courses, and thus, an abundance of food. For instance, one option for a first course is a delightful selection of dim sum, which includes the highly popular Steamed Pork and Crabmeat Dumplings. Tantalizingly addictive starters also include Crispy Eel and Drunken Chicken. For mains, the house specials, such as Peking Duck and Braised Meatballs, are too good to miss out on.
From family celebrations to business lunches, and even themed weddings, Grand Shanghai is quite versatile when it comes to an occasion. When dusk falls, two cheongsam-clad singers accompanied by a jazz trio will entertain you late into the night. (Nov 2011)