Look through the iPad menu at Tang Court to see hunger-inducing photos of traditional Cantonese and Shanghainese dishes. At The Langham, Xintiandi, Shanghai’s signature restaurant, Hong Kong native Kwong Wei Keung and Shanghainese chef Tony Su team up to give these regional cuisines an authentic interpretation.

You’ll have plenty of options when dining at the Shanghai restaurant: Tang Court offers popular set business lunches, prix-fixe dinners and an à la carte menu. Don’t miss the delicate dim sum at lunch. If you head there for dinner, opt for the stir-fried lobster with spring onion, red onion and shallots or the deep-fried prawns with wasabi mayonnaise.

Because of its excellent location in the popular Xintiandi neighborhood, the light-filled, airy restaurant attracts a mix of tourists and young Shanghainese to the fifth floor of the hotel. Its elegant nine private dining rooms bring in the business crowds and offer views of Xintiandi and Taiping Lake. These are perfect for conducting business meetings in a refined, comfortable and private space.

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