Is Jean Georges Shanghai a good place for group dining?

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Jean Georges Shanghai will happily accommodate groups, but we prefer to eat at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant in smaller groups of four to six — or even better, an intimate dinner for two. The atmosphere here is rather hushed and formal, with a focus on the food and wine being whisked on and off the table. The waiters practically expect you to ooh and aah over the artistry that arrives on your plate. Brunch, however, is a livelier affair. That’s when larger groups regularly show up for a plate of eggs Benedict and to happily recount tales of the previous night’s exploits.

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