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We’d like to think that chef Sam Yuen offers many gifts to his guests at Wei Jing Ge in the form of fresh, creative and authentic Chinese fare. But if you’re looking for an amuse-bouche before your dinner starts in earnest, you won’t find one here. That’s more of a French custom. With as large of a menu as Wei Jing Ge at Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund has, it would appear chef Yuen doesn’t get the chance to create additional small gifts for guests dining in the unique attic-like restaurant. Everything you want to eat from the list of Shanghainese, Cantonese and Huai Yang dishes will have to be ordered directly. And that’s not a bad thing, because that way you get exactly what you want.