#01-01, King's Centre, 390 Havelock Road, 169662
Asian, Chinese, Shanghainese
+65 68366866

Tue - Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Mon

$72 based on 31 submissions
Dinner (16 votes), Business Dining (13 votes), Live Band (12 votes) ...

As you make your way up the driveway of Grand Shanghai, the trip back in time begins. Dark wood-polished floors, languidly turning celling fans, ornate lamps, lanterns and antiques greet you as you enter. A marbletop bar at one end serves up a selection of wines and Chinese rice wines.

What others are eating here

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Peking Duck (wrapped in crepe; only 1 piece left when I remembered to take photo)
Peking Duck (wrapped in crepe; only 1 piece left when I remembered to take photo)
Peking Duck (Meat served as it is; no additional cooking)
Peking Duck (Meat served as it is; no additional cooking)
Crab meat cooked in egg white
Crab meat cooked in egg white
Braised Sea Cucumber with Shrimp Roe
Braised Sea Cucumber with Shrimp Roe
  • Xiao Long Bao 2 votes
  • to enjoy the ambience 2 votes
  • Any or all of the double boil items. Cod. 1 vote
  • Braised sea cucumbers with shrimp roe 1 vote
  • Cold dish 1 vote
  • Dong Bo Rou 1 vote
  • Peking Duck 1 vote
  • Prawn based dimsum tastes great. Try the Shanghai nian kow 1 vote
  • Scallop (actually crab meat) cooked in egg white (although there is egg yolk) 1 vote
  • Scallop shao mai 1 vote
  • Shanghai Crispy Pancake & Cod fillet 1 vote
  • dry-fried sharksfin 1 vote
  • roast pork 1 vote
  • shredded fish 1 vote
  • spicy prawns 1 vote

Latest Review for Grand Shanghai

Overall RatingBased on 31 reviews
Most helpful review:

Grand Shanghai

Food/Drink 3 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 254

I came here with a friend from Shanghai to sample the cuisines and verify its authencity. Service was decent and the staffs were very attentive and meticulous in serving the dishes in an orderly fashion. However, be prepared to wait, as the dishes came only after 10 minutes. Also, the prices of the food is generally not too expensive but if you are craving for something good, you can always order their superior shark's fin which costs more than $50 per person! I like the casual atmosphere which is enhanced by the many intricate decorations that embodied the old Shanghai culture. Overall, we were quite pleased with our dining experience here. Do note lunch is served on tuesdays, friday and sundays while dinner is served from tuesday to sunday. Do call restaurant up first to check on the timings to avoid disappointment.

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Worst $160 Spent ever

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 2 | Service 1
Total Review: 1

I can't believed this s*** place actually gets a 3 star review. It was my mother's birthday celebration and i decided to bring her to have a enjoyable Chinese dinner. Ordered Fish Maw soup, ok not bad.
Ordered the Pekking Duck, the popiah skin was so thick that i can't taste the roasted duck skin.
The portion for the noodle we had for the duck mean to be cook with was just SAD.
Ordered the Birds' nest dessert for my mom and it was just plain water with birds nest. No Flavour ... HORRIBLE 

and ya Probably the Xiao Long Bau was good but I tasted BETTER

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Good for big gatherings and hosting

Food/Drink 2 | Value 2 | Ambience 3 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 64

A grand and nicely decorated Chinese restaurant. 
Staff are attentive and experienced. They understand and respond well to instructions. Service is prompt.
Food however, disappointed. There is nothing to shout about about the food that was served up. Cooked to serve, but, the dishes we had were either too salty or too bland. 
Possibly the only saving grace was the dessert of mango pomelo sago. Had the right sweetness and had a generous serving of pomelo and sago bits. Could do with a little more milk, though it was still good without. 
Personally, doubt i'll be back or recommend anyone to the restaurant. 

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