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It’s difficult to choose one table that’s best at Wei Jing Ge in Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund, since each of the tables offer the same interior views. However, we were especially fond of the round tables tucked into alcoves near the dormer windows. Each of these nooks is separated from the next one by a decorative carved wood wall, and the small window allows the glittering glow of the night sky to brighten your table. It’s the ideal mix of private and public as you feel separated from the rest of the guests in the main dining room but still get to enjoy the unique attic room with its vaulted wood ceilings and romantic dangling oblong lanterns.