Chef: Li Zhire
Cuisine: Chinese
Opening Hours: Daily, Lunch, 12pm-2pm, Dinner, 5.30pm-10.30pm, Lounge, 6pm-2am
Seating: 60
Telephone : +86 21 6330 0967

Lost Heaven on the Bund welcomes you in a sleek ambience and traditional Yunnanese ornate decor with a low-lit dining room serving authentic Yunnan folk cuisine with Thai-Burmese-Laotian flavors.

Lost Heaven on Bund earned its reputation with extraordinary food using well-sought ingredients and cool ambiance attracting patrons from all over the world. The Yunnan folk cuisine gets inspiration from Southern China, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand but remains flavorful and authentic. The chefs evoke bright modern flavors in traditional cooking techniques to reflects the core of their culinary philosophy.

The lamb samosas and the tea leaf salad. Ghost Chicken salad with Yunnan wild vegetable cakes…simply delicious!

The minimalist colonial era-inspired Interiors consists of a splatter of National Geographic style modern photography dotted around celebrated old wood carved doors. The traditional Yunnanese ornate decor with low-lit dining room transports you to a romantic realm of the exotic south province. Buzz and noise are energizing as a result of an unending crowd but not overbearing. This branch has a spacious roof-top bar that’s popular in the summer.

Servers are dressed in regional ethnic attire offering swift service with artful presentation. Some of the staffs speak English but the explanation of the dishes could be better. The service is good but as a result of the crowd, you might struggle at times to get the attention of the servers.

Lost Heaven on bund offer some generous sizes meals that a person might find hard to finish. The menu includes the fabulous beef and shrimp rolls and pot stickers; also garlic chicken dish brings out the spicy and flavorful of Yunnanese cuisine. Other dishes include spring rolls and Dali chicken with chilies and green onions. Wine and specialty cocktails are also available. The cocktails are excellent and rather strong.

The slightly hidden small entrance might be deceitful of how big the main dining hall is. The fusion of the traditional menu is fantastic. The atmosphere is fascinating with good service. Price is very reasonable. It’s a very busy restaurant which makes reservations a must.

17 Yanan Dong Lu East Road,
near Sichuan Nan Lu, Huangpu District
Shanghai, China
Contact for reservations:
Phone: +86 21 6330 0967
Web: Lost Heaven on Bund

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