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Park Hyatt Shanghai has four restaurants on its premises. You’ll find Pantry (the all-day dining option), Dining Room, 100 Century Avenue and the Chef’s Table (the most exclusive of the bunch). Pantry is a casual, buffet-style restaurant good for dining with families. Unlike other hotel buffets, though, the food is constantly refreshed (don’t miss the housemade Austrian potato salad) and many items are carved in front of you. There also is an extensive menu of dishes that are delivered to your table, including Wagyu beef and duck consommé.
The Dining Room, attached to Pantry, has a more formal setting and serves European-influenced comfort food. Upstairs at 100 Century Avenue, nosh on freshly sliced sashimi and steamed specialties and take in an incredible view and lively atmosphere. The Chef’s Table is a private room where executive chef Gerhard Passrugger prepares a handcrafted menu for select groups of no more than a dozen. But this isn’t merely an add-on room; the kitchen is a full-size space, complete with an island, and eating at the Chef’s Table includes a private wine cellar and Blu-ray projector screen. It’s a luxuriant experience all around.