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Grand Hyatt Shanghai has six unique restaurants, all serving delicious interpretations of a variety of cuisines. There’s a Shanghainese restaurant at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel called Club Jin Mao, named for Jin Mao Tower, the building in which the hotel is housed; Italian restaurant Cucina; The Grill, which serves big portions of steak and seafood; Japanese spot Kobachi; the aptly named Cantonese restaurant Canton and the Grand Hyatt’s all-day dining restaurant Grand Café. You’ll find dim sum brunch on the weekends at Canton, where you can try a variety of bites from Southern China, including tasty dumplings and steamed buns. The Grill serves a sit-down brunch, which includes imported seafood, prime cuts of meat and lots of dessert.