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Yi Long Court does not have a bar menu with food, as it does not have a traditional bar in the vicinity (head to the 13th-floor Sir Elly’s bar, lobby-level Compass Bar or basement Salon de Ning for that). However, the tea bar is a sight to behold. It’s made of gorgeous dark wood and decorated with canisters of tea from all around China. Peruse its extensive and sometimes exotic tea list for a pot that best suits your personality, palate and meal. In addition to the more well-known varieties, like Wulong and fragrant jasmine, the Shanghai restaurant also showcases some lesser-known leaves, like funky blocks of puer and delicate buds of white tea.