The most anticipated is not so much The Bvlgari Hotel as IL Ristorante Niko Romito, which, as its counterparts in Beijing and Dubai, has brought the rich heritage of Italy and perched onto the top floor of The Bvlgari Hotel Shanghai.
Chef Niko Romito is one of the world’s most celebrated chefs from three Michelin starred Reale in Abruzzo, ranked 43th in the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
His culinary approach synergizes the ingredients of both the finest Italian and the local.
There are a wide range of Italian and international labels on the wine list, including organic and biodynamic wines and rare vintage champagnes.
Amazing floor height, Barovier&Toso Crystal Chandelier, Dibbern plates, Bvlgari cutleries, Salviati Glasses etc.
Spectacular view of the Bund.