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Yi Long Court offers seven spacious private dining suites, each named after famous Chinese Teas. All suites include a dining room and relaxation area designed to resemble an elegant residence. Each room has its own theme, varying in colour schemes, décor and layout. The Mao Feng Room, named after a Chinese white tea, keeps to a pale green palette with a grand chandelier, Western style wardrobes and a marble Chinese table, replicating the unique style of 1920s 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.More
First of all, go here for the view. It is spectacular, overlooking the Bund and Pearl Tower. I took a local person there and they were blown away. The food is fairly basic but very well prepared. Great cocktails and wine list. Not inexpensive. MoreOpenTable Diner -
We, my wife and I, had dinner here. We ordered the Beijing Duck, which was amazing! It was well prepared (at your table) both for starter as for the main course. The wine menu is also very good and service is perfect! What surprised us a bit, was the number of people: it was rather quit in the restaurant. Would definitely recommend the Peninsula! MoreOpenTable Diner -