Yi Long Court - The Peninsula Shanghai
Designed to resemble a 1920s rich Shanghainese merchant's home, Yi Long Court combines both Chinese and Western design elements. “The 1920s and 30s was an exciting era, rich in the layers of culture,” says Interior Designer Henry Leung. “It was the Golden Age of Shanghai as an international city and a rich and unique style developed, mixed with the more traditional, and that was Shanghai Deco.
The place was completely empty, we were the only customers. They tried hard, but service was a bit clumsy. Food was awful, soggy fried dishes at really expensive prices. Not even close to one Michelin Star. I wonder who was the lunatic who gave this place two very undeserved stars.
Nice place and view. Not so many people there. Feel like 1920s in Shanghai. Food was good, and stylish. A little bit expensive, but kinda worth it.
Not bad I have been to 10 Michelin Star restaurants and this was my least favorite ..the food is good but not outstanding like the other ones I have been to ..did the pre fix lunch menu for supper I went to Jean George Shanghai which got 1 less star but I thought was a better dinning expierence ..good food but not 2 Michelin Star good
Definitely do not feel this restaurant deserves 2 Michelin stars. Expectations were high and compared to other Michelin star and non Michelin star restaurants we were underwhelmed.
Yi Long Court - The Peninsula Shanghai is rated 4.2 stars by 4 OpenTable diners.
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