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Address:

5 The Bund, 7/F
(Entrance around the corner at 20 Guangdong Lu)
Shanghai China 200002

Phone:

(86-21) 6350-9988

Fax:

(86-21) 6322-0099

URL:

http://www.m-onthebund.com

Price:

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Description:

My personal favorite in Shanghai. This is the only restaurant I have been to where the food AND the view are world class (and the service is great too). If you're not hungry, enjoy a drink at the bar and be sure to step out on the terrace to view the Bund. Sister restaurant to Hong Kong's acclaimed M at the Fringe.
Below: view of The Bund, from M on the Bund.

Published on 12/23/02

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Almost identical picture

Contributor: jmac [760] 11/22/06

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The night view was fantastic. This picture was also taken from the terrace.

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