M on the Bund in Shanghai, Shanghai, China | Restaurant

When M on the Bund opened in January 1999, the historic waterfront Bund and its surrounds was a culinary desert. Michelle Garnaut had spent two weeks guest chef-ing at The Peace Hotel in 1996 (in the days when 20-watt light bulbs struggled to illuminate the Bund) and felt that Shanghai was ready for an independent, international Restaurant. She spent the next couple of years scouring Shanghai, from Frenchtown to the International Settlement, for the right location. Finally, going against popular opinion (no one would come all the way to the Bund for a meal, she was told, and worse, Shanghai was not ready for fine dining) the Bundâ??s charms won her over. M on the Bund opened in January 1999.
The idea was to create a dining experience as exciting, as sophisticated, as delectable as Shanghai itself. Located at the pinnacle of the historic Nissin Shipping Building, constructed in 1921, M overlooks Shanghaiâ??s most famous sight: the Bund. Here, diners sample a creative menu in a warm, refined atmosphere - a modern take on an Art Deco interior. The roof terrace and stylish Glamour Room are also favourite spots to savour Mâ??s â??simply good foodâ?, whose flavours range from the comforting to the novel, from Europe to the Middle East, always grounded in classical European techniques.

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7/F, No. 5 The Bund (at Guangdong Lu)
Shanghai
Shanghai
China
(86-21) 6350-9988
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