Discreet and sophisticated, our elegant Cantonese restaurant – with just 22 seats in the main hall and five private-dining rooms – creates the perfect setting for romantic meals and intimate conversations over authentic cuisine and plates of dim sum.
- Monday – Friday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm Saturday – Sunday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
- 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
- Baked Whole-Abalone Puff
Served with diced chicken
- Pacific Baby Lobster
Steamed with egg white and Hua Diao Chinese wine
- Pacific Eastern Star Garoupa
Steamed with black-bean sauce in bamboo basket
- Steamed Glutinous Rice
With cured meat and conpoy, wrapped in lotus leaf
Attention to detail is the core element of Shàng-Xí, from the design of the restaurant to the passion of the entire team.Wesley Li Shàng-Xí Restaurant Manager
Meet the Team
Simon ChoiExecutive Chinese Chef, Shàng-Xí
Chef Choi fell for the culinary arts the old-fashioned way: “I loved to eat.” Growing up in Hong Kong, he impressed his parents with his cooking, and then followed the lead of a relative who introduced him to restaurants at a young age. His entire career has unfolded in restaurant kitchens, including more than a half-dozen positions as executive chef. He is now a standout talent amid the glitter and glamour of Shanghai’s core business district, changing Shàng-Xí’s menu seasonally and keeping tabs on customer predilections so he can dazzle them with something tailor-made upon their return.
“‘Tailor-made’ is the correct way to create dishes, because everyone is different.”
Kindly note that the dress code for Shàng-Xí is smart casual. Close-toed shoes, long pants and shirts with sleeves are recommended for men. In addition, we’re delighted to welcome families with children over the age of 3.
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