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The dress code at Shàng-Xí, Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai’s Chinese restaurant, is business casual. This differs slightly from the smart-casual dress code at Camelia, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant. Shàng-Xí, which seats 22 in its main dining room and has five private dining rooms, is popular not only with hotel guests but also nearby office workers and suited businessmen and women making deals over bamboo steamers of dim sum. Camelia has a children’s menu, so you’re more likely to see families there than at Shàng-Xí, making the Chinese restaurant a bit more formal than its downstairs sibling. That said, kids are welcome, and there’s plenty on the menu for them to enjoy, including steamed vegetable dumplings and fried noodles with shrimp and barbecued pork.