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Grand Shanghai 大上海

Asian, Chinese, Shanghainese

69%100%

29 votes

68366866

Tue - Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Mon

$74 based on 29 reviews
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. See what foodies like this place for
Rolling • 04 Jan 2014151 reviews 1 followers

Please drop by here for pictures!
 
This place seeks to bring you back to old Shanghai- the chandeliers, the stage where the band performs, everything about it just feels like this is not a typical Chinese restaurant.
 
Other than the atmosphere, the dim sum was pretty average. The Siew Mai ($4.50) was my favourite of the lot with juicy fillings.
 
The Egg Tarts ($1 per piece) are a far cry from what any good egg...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner16 votes
  • Business Dining12 votes
  • Live Band12 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering9 votes
  • Children/Family8 votes
  • Fine Dining8 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy8 votes
  • Corporate Events7 votes
  • Weddings7 votes
  • Lunch6 votes
  • Private Dining4 votes
  • Waterfront4 votes

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What others are saying...

Rolling • 04 Jan 2014151 reviews 1 followers

Please drop by here for pictures!
 
This place seeks to bring you back to old Shanghai- the chandeliers, the stage where the band performs, everything about it just feels like this is not a typical Chinese restaurant.
 
Other than the atmosphere, the dim sum was pretty average. The Siew Mai ($4.50) was my favourite of the lot with juicy fillings.
 
The Egg Tarts ($1 per piece) are a far cry from what any good egg...

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Elizis • 07 Jul 201319 reviews 0 followers

Second time visiting the place. Was there for wedding dinner years ago but could not remember the taste of the food. Anyway, we were there for last minute Tim Sum lunch. When we arrived and just when i thought the restaurant was still closed, someone opened the door promptly. It seems that they were always ready and this really impressed me.
 
We were ushered promptly to our seats and were attended to for drinks immediately. As i read the...

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hallofood • 10 Mar 20131 reviews 0 followers

Went for wedding dinner at Grand shanghai.. and love the place! The ambience and live band is good. Food is good as usual!
This is the 2nd time I came. The first time was a lunch, I must say the price is not cheap. Nonetheless, it's worth it. Love the fish maw soup. Thumbs up!

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