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Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai has two restaurants. On the ground floor is all-day dining restaurant Camelia, whose kitchen turns out French-influenced dishes (such as grilled lobster with garlic and eggplant fondue) whipped up by chefs trained at Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris. A more casual spot, Camelia is also the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s best family-friendly option. Just off the restaurant is an outdoor patio where you can enjoy drinks and appetizers on temperate nights. This is particularly nice during the fall and spring, and sets Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai apart from the neighborhood’s other hotels, which do not have alfresco dining. On the second floor of the luxury hotel you’ll find Chinese restaurant Shang-Xi. Go there to enjoy bamboo steamers of delicate dim sum in the intimate dining room or within the five private rooms, each of which is uses a precious stone as inspiration for its rich décor (Pearl, Amber, Purple Jade, Agate and Jade). For lunch and dinner, reservations are recommended for both Shanghai restaurants.