CÉ LA VI Shanghai Back Open with a Sensational Autumn Menu

By That's Shanghai, October 1, 2020

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CÉ LA VI Shanghai, the highly anticipated luxury lifestyle restaurant and bar, has started welcoming guests once again at the iconic Bund 27. It offers a unique and unparalleled experience in the city through its combination of creative mixology, innovative cuisine, world-class entertainment and stunning vistas of the Shanghai Skyline.

Executive Chef Brian Chan has created new menus for the re-opening of CÉ LA VI Shanghai, showcasing his love of fresh ingredients, Asian flavors and modern twists through his nearly two decades of culinary experience in world-renowned 5-star hotel restaurants such as L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon at Four Seasons Hotel New York, Peacock Alley at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria New York and SHOOK! in the Swatch Art Peace Hotel Shanghai. 

“I am excited to be back in this amazing city to re-open CÉ LA VI at historic Bund 27, The House of Roosevelt.” says Chef Chan.

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The menus features reimagined classics, as well as dishes inspired by his recent travels. The Hokkaido Scallop & Sea Urchin Donbri is a sexy take on a traditional Japanese rice bowl; miso and white soy cured scallops will top seasoned pearl barley, garnished with puffed wild rice, ikura, yuzu kosho and a briny sea urchin foam. 

The Crispy Pig Head Fritter, with all its unctuous goodness, is dressed with a piquant and herbaceous Vietnamese ravigote, paired with more fresh herbs and a soft-boiled quail egg. 

Their Sake Poached Black Cod elevates the delicious piece of fish to new heights; the dish is given texture from the quickly cooked hakusai, additional sea essence from the wakame and a bright rich finish from the yuzu beurre blanc. 

For those that are more carnivorous, Chef Chan has worked the flavors of one of his favorite Thai dishes into a beautiful sharing dish, Waterfall Beef – Bone-In Black Angus Short Rib. A beautifully marbled bone-in beef short rib is slow cooked and then glazed with sweet and tart tamarind, before being dressed with a delicious herb salad accented with chili, lime and the textures of toasted rice.

Offering stylish Contemporary Asian cuisine overlooking the famed city skyline of Shanghai's Lujiazui district and the Huangpu River, CÉ LA VI Shanghai is now ready to welcome guests back to its iconic location so they can enjoy the unparalleled panoramic views of the cityscape while sipping on a sensational cocktails. CÉ LA VI Shanghai encourages you to embark on your pursuit of pleasure and indulge in one of a kind, multi-sensorial experiences that unfold through world-class cuisine and mixology.

About CÉ LA VI Shanghai

Born in Southeast Asia, CÉ LA VI celebrates the popular French saying that translates to “This is life” – the DNA is rooted in the artistic influences of the region’s art, carvings, paintings and architecture. At CÉ LA VI, they employ all the senses at their disposal to create unforgettable experiences considering the wellbeing of their guests and staff at all times. Multi-sensorial journeys that unfold through mixology, music and cuisine.

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Contemporary Asian dining and world-class entertainment come together with exceptional hospitality and magnificent vistas of the glistening Shanghai skyline. The landmark location is situated on the 8th floor of the historical House of Roosevelt which was built in 1922 and has been listed as an important heritage site of the city. CÉ LA VI Shanghai marks the 1st opening of the brand on the Chinese mainland, with venues spread across iconic destinations around the world including; Singapore, Dubai, Taipei and Tokyo. 


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