Back in the 1980s, DISCO became popular in Hong Kong. The Canton Disco nightclub hosted by legendary musician Andrew Bull is known as "Studio54 in Hong Kong, China". The star trendsetters wear flower shirts and bell bottomed pants and dance until dawn in the night. Now it has also become the inspiration of Canton Disco Cantonese Chinese restaurant. The agitation of multi-cultural exchanges gave Chef Eddie, director of Shanghai EDITION Chinese kitchen, the idea of "inheriting and not conservative". He played with modern techniques, exquisite dishes and popular elements to open an international perspective for classic Cantonese cuisine. To enjoy the tip of the tongue party, you don't have to wait until night. Eddie's Cantonese brunch is brand new. At the beginning of the autumn weekend, a glass of champagne will open the carnival. Cold dishes, soup, roast wax, staple food, snacks and desserts will gradually advance, burst out the original flavor and surprise the taste buds.