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Grand Hyatt Shanghai offers dim sum brunch every weekend at its appropriately named Cantonese restaurant, Canton. Brunch runs RMB238 (US$38) per person (not including a 15 percent service charge) and kids under 12 are half price. You’re in China, so be adventurous and choose from the massive spread that’s laid out every weekend. The steamed vegetarian dumplings, filled with seasonal vegetables like bok choy and mushrooms, are mild enough for picky eaters, while those with more adventurous palates can dig into dishes such as beef stomach with ginger and green onions and chicken feet. The Grill, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s American-style restaurant, also offers brunch at RMB398 (US$62) per person (again, kids under 12 can eat for half the price). There you can indulge in imported seafood, prime cuts of meat and lots of dessert, all served at your table rather than buffet style.