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Tang Court’s sophisticated decor has a subtle Chinese flavor. Deep reds and yellows color the fabrics, while the floors and chairs have natural wood hues. Above all, the space is light-filled and airy — the soaring ceiling height and wall of windows lend drama to the main dining room, which looks out onto a terrace. Tang Court’s nine private rooms all have stunning views of the lovely Xintiandi area, which is filled with shops and restaurants inside old shikumen-style houses. Designer Peter Remedios created the original look here, and the Shanghai restaurant was recently updated by Hong Kong design company Aedas with fresh elements, including artwork and new chairs.