On the 91st floor, an informal 300-seat “tavern” serves Western steaks, Chinese wok and Japanese sushi and sashimi all from one menu. “In a cosmopolitan city such as Shanghai, you will often have diners of mixed nationalities or diverse tastes,” explains Rene-Pol Bouldoires, Park Hyatt Shanghai’s Assistant Director – Food and Beverage. “In a group, one person might fancy Western food, another might be in the mood for Chinese. Here, everyone can eat exactly what they want.”
They can also eat it however they want. Guests can choose fresh crustaceans from the shellfish-on-ice counter, a live fish from one of six display tanks or a piece of prime meat from the glass-walled meat locker and have it prepared however they desire. Fish can be steamed Cantonese-style, grilled Western-style or sliced up as sashimi, Japanese-style. The restaurant works with only the finest of fresh produce, from fish flown in three times a week from Tokyo (Park Hyatt Shanghai is licensed to import 50 species of fish) to seven varieties of fresh oysters from the US and Wagyu beef from Australia.
The 100 Century Avenue menu is refreshingly succinct and divided into simple categories, including seafood, sushi, grill, stove, steam and wok.
Last but not least, guests can eat wherever they want. A variety of seating is available to suit all moods: walnut wood log cabin-style chairs in the main dining areas, bar seating at the deil bar, counter seating at the sushi bar, intimate private booths and four private rooms seating from six to 16, with the same menu available throughout.
December 22, 2017
December 9, 2015
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