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Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel has three eclectic restaurants to satisfy all tastes. Shangh-High Cuisine, on the eighth floor of the massive Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, serves local specialties and regional delicacies using organic, seasonal ingredients. Its contemporary dining room has expansive views of Pudong, plus seven semi-private banquet rooms. You’ll find a spate of global dining options on the hotel’s mezzanine level. Boutique steakhouse Grill Room offers up Australian Wagyu beef accompanied by a full antipasto and condiment bar; the spacious Japanese restaurant J-Mix has freshly rolled sushi, ramen and a teppanyaki corner with five private counters.
For a quick bite to eat (plus some killer ambience), head to Arte Café & Lounge, the all-day dining buffet set in the 52-feet-high lobby. Guests shuffle in and out of here all day, making it a social spot to grab a bite to eat or to just people-watch. By afternoon it’s a chic spot to enjoy afternoon tea, and by evening it transforms into a lively nightspot with cocktails and live music.