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Whether you want a sweet treat or a taste of traditional Shanghai cuisine, you’ll find a restaurant for it at Swissôtel Grand Shanghai. Swiss Gourmet, located just outside the hotel’s entrance, bakes up a variety of cakes, breads, homemade Swiss chocolates, pastries and scrumptious treats like white chocolate Oreo cheesecake, melon-mint mousse cake and a crunch praline dome. If you’re visiting the hotel for a special celebration, ask Swiss Gourmet about its made-to-order customized cakes.
Moon’s Steakhouse offers award-winning prime rib and Australian Wagyu beef, and it has a custom dry-aging unit to age its rib-eye roast for 15 days before serving it. Yuan Yuan offers traditional Shanghainese and Cantonese dishes that are prepared meticulously with Japanese techniques. The result is a combination of healthy, natural dishes, such as pork in brown sauce with halogenated soy sauce, egg and steamed sticky rice filled with red dates.
Lastly, Café Swiss is the hotel’s all-day dining venue with an open kitchen. You can choose from an à la carte menu or a buffet with international dishes to satisfy every palate.