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Tang Court is an ideal choice for group dining, whether it’s a gathering of friends and family or a business meeting. The sophisticated (but not stuffy) atmosphere and on-point service will please your group, as will the choice to sit in the main dining room or reserve a private room. The Shanghai restaurant’s private dining rooms have stunning views over the Xintiandi area, where old shikumen-style buildings house little shops and restaurants. The menu is also well-suited to group dining — most dishes are designed to be shared by a whole table, rather than plated for individuals. And thanks to its central location in the city’s popular tourist and business district, Tang Court is an easy meeting spot for a group.