Looking for the best restaurants on The Bund to wine and dine? Below is a list of the best restaurants along Shanghai’s most visited attraction.

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Best Restaurants on The Bund

Napa Wine Bar & Kitchen

Address: 2/F, 22 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu, near Xinyong’an Lu 中山东二路22号2楼, 近新永安路
Tel: 63180057
Hours: 8pm-12:30am
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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - Napa Wine Bar & Kitchen for European cuisine and excellent wines. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - Napa Wine Bar & Kitchen for European cuisine and excellent wines. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

Napa Wine Bar & Kitchen is a modern European restaurant with the largest wine collection in Shanghai—more than 1,000 labels and 100 of those are available by the glass. It also has received recognition from Wine Spectator for 11 consecutive years. There are two set menus: The Napa Menu (¥598), a seasonal 5-course menu and the 10-course “gourmet experience menu” (¥1,188). A la carte is also available.

WUJIE

Address: 4/F, 22 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu, near Xinyong’an Lu
Tel: 63752818
Hours: 11am-2pm, 5-10pm
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WUJIE is an upscale vegetarian restaurant chain with three locations in Shanghai. The Bund holds a Michelin one-star, held for two consecutive years. The food is a creative take on Asian cuisine—you won’t find faux-meat products, but rather inventive dishes made with fresh seasonal ingredients. They have three set menus, priced at ¥399, ¥599, and ¥799, prices subject to 10% service charge. Wine list and wine pairing available.

el Willy

Address: 5/F, 22 Zhongshan Dong Er Lu, near Xinyong’an Lu 中山东二路22号5楼, 近新永安路
Tel:
54045757
Hours: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm

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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - el Willy for Spanish cuisine and tapas. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

el Willy is a contemporary Spanish restaurant serving tapas and Mediterranean dishes in a friendly, casual setting. It is one of the most well-known Spanish restaurants in Shanghai and has won numerous awards. Popular dishes include the Salmon TNT, Gambas al Ajillo, and Paella. Brunch is served on weekends. They also have a vegan and vegetarian set menu for ¥400.

Goodfellas

Address: 7 Yan’an Dong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 延安东路7号, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63232188
Hours: Daily 5:30-11:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm
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Goodfellas is a traditional Italian restaurant on The Bund. The cozy restaurant has received consistently good reviews left by travelers and residents alike, a feat achieved by long-serving chef Antonio. Expect pastas, pizzas, and entrées that would do any Italian grandma proud.

SakeMate

Address: 7 Yan’an Dong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 延安东路7号1楼, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63391812
Hours: 5:30pm-1am
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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - SakeMate, a Peruvian-Japanese restaurant. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

SakeMate serves Nikkei cuisine, a cuisine from Peru that stems from Peruvian and Japanese cultures. This cozy restaurant serves maki rolls and nigiri alongside ceviches and twists on traditional Peruvian fare. They’re not reinventing the wheel here—food is enjoyable enough but wouldn’t spark excitement within gastronomes. They have a short and sweet cocktail and wine list, supported by a number of high quality sakes. If you’re looking for an affordable Japanese restaurant on the Bund, this is it.

Lost Heaven on the Bund

Address: 17 Yan’an Dong Lu, near Sichuan Nan Lu 延安东路17号, 近四川南路
Tel: 63300967
Hours: 12-2pm, 5:30-10:30pm (Lounge: 6pm-2am)
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Lost Heaven is a Yunnan restaurant with multiple locations in Shanghai. This is their flagship location, complete with a lounge and terrace. The food is quite authentic, barring a few twists to appeal to an international clientele. This has been a dependable restaurant over the years. Popular dishes include Dali-Style Chicken, Yunnan Fried Pork Ribs, and Steamed Cod in Banana Leaves.

JUJU

Address: 2/F, 17 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 广东路17号外滩三号2楼, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63305005
Hours: Mon-Thu 5:30pm-1am, Fri-Sat 5:30pm-2am, Sun 5:30pm-midnight

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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - Korean barbecue at JUJU. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - Korean barbecue at JUJU. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

JUJU is a Korean barbecue restaurant and ganbei joint in Shanghai, located at Three on the Bund. It’s a fun and funky Bund-side destination that does unlimited Korean BBQ, has a relatively low average check, and is open late. Unlike its neighbors, JUJU does not have a Bund view. Their biggest selling point is the unlimited barbecue for ¥288 per person (¥198 on Mondays), which gets you free-flow banchan and meats (three cuts of pork and three cuts of beef to choose from).

Jean-Georges

Address: 4/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu 中山东一路3号4楼, 近广东路
Tel: 63217733
Hours: 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30-10:30pm
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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - French fine dining at Jean Georges, Michelin one-star. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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Best restaurants on the Bund, Shanghai - French fine dining at Jean Georges, Michelin one-star. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Foie gras bruleé (¥198)

Jean-Georges is the eponymous French restaurant of the acclaimed NYC-based chef and restaurant operator. Under the watchful eye of Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Executive Chef Nikolai Grigorov transforms classic French dishes through the use of bold, Asian-inflected seasonings and unexpected flavor combinations. If this is your first foray into fine dining, try the Jean-Georges Tasting Menu (¥1,498), which features a number of signature dishes. Jean-Georges Shanghai has maintained a Michelin one-star since 2018.

Canton Table

Address: 5/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu 中山东一路3号5楼, 近广东路
Tel: 63213737
Hours:
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Cantonese cuisine at Canton Table. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Cantonese cuisine at Canton Table. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Whole roasted crispy duck (¥369)

Canton Table is a Cantonese restaurant at Three on the Bund. Helming the kitchen is Master Chef Eason Man, a talent that has been bred in the art of dim sum and Cantonese cuisine for more than 30 years. Expect traditional Cantonese favorites like barbecued and roasted pork, rich double-boiled soups, luxurious seafood, and high-quality wok-finished meat dishes. Canton Table also has a vegetarian tasting menu for ¥488 per person and does dim sum brunch on the weekend. Plenty of private rooms for intimate occasions.

Mercato

Address: 6/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu 中山东一路3号6楼, 近广东路
Tel: 63219922
Hours: 5:30pm-1am

Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Contemporary Italian restaurant Mercato by Jean Georges. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Contemporary Italian restaurant Mercato by Jean Georges. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Housemade ricotta with cranberry compote and grilled bread (¥108)
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Contemporary Italian restaurant Mercato by Jean Georges. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Black truffle three cheese pizza with egg (¥218)

Mercato is a rustic Italian-inspired restaurant from celebrated Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten at Three on the Bund. Over the years, Mercato has become one of the most popular restaurants in Shanghai—the service is impeccable and the consistency flawless. It was listed in The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2018 and was awarded a Michelin Plate in 2019. Fan favorites include the housemade ricotta, wood-fired black truffle pizza, and crispy beef short ribs. Dishes are made to share.

POP American Brasserie

Address: 7/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu 中山东一路3号7楼, 近广东路
Tel: 63210909
Hours: 11am-11pm
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Contemporary American restaurant POP American Brasserie. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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POP American Brasserie is an all-day dining restaurant that serves American cuisine. The restaurant has a gorgeous terrace with excellent Bund views, shared by its bar and lounge. Dinner is a splurge of American classics from Caesar salads to Alaskan king crab cake and clam chowder. Steaks, lobster, and racks proliferate the menu, supplemented by fresh seafood, oysters, side dishes, and hearty desserts. Lunch sets are ¥178 for two courses, ¥218 for three. Good to pop-in if you want to grab a drink with a view.

Atto Primo

Address: 2/F, 20 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 广东路20号2楼, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63280271
Hours: 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-midnight, Sat-Sun brunch 11:30am-4pm

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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Excellent Italian restaurant Atto Primo. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Excellent Italian restaurant Atto Primo. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Melanzana Pizza (¥118) – Grilled eggplant, parmesan cheese, cherry tomatoes, tomato sauce, mozzarella, basil.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Excellent Italian restaurant Atto Primo. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Agnolotti (¥168) stuffed with meat, served with veal jus and black truffle sauce.

Atto Primo is an upscale Italian restaurant located at Five on the Bund by chef/patron Gianluca Serafin. The restaurant boasts an expansive menu of regional Italian dishes, exquisite pastas, equally delicious pizzas, and mains that will make any Italian grandma proud. They also have a curated wine list. They make fresh pizzas (Neaopolitan-style) and pastas onsite, and have some of the most authentic Italian cuisine in Shanghai. Brunch is also worth trying—great value and free-flow available.

Kanpai Classic

Address: 5/F, 20 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 广东路20号5楼, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63400767
Hours: 5pm-midnight

Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Premium Japanese Barbecue at Kanpai Classic. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Premium Japanese Barbecue at Kanpai Classic. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

Kanpai Classic is a premium Japanese barbecue (yakiniku) restaurant from a Taiwanese restaurant group. Kanpai Classic sources beef from its own farm in Australia, importing chilled, not frozen cuts of meat. Some people swear by it, while some don’t see the point in paying premium for wagyu beef here. There are cheaper options in Gubei, and if you want high quality beef, there’s also High Yaki. Kanpai Classic holds a Michelin Plate. Expect to pay upwards of ¥1,000.

M on the Bund

Address: 7/F, 20 Guangdong Lu, near Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu 广东路20号7楼, 近中山东一路
Tel: 63509988
Hours: 11:30am-2:30pm, 6:15-10:30pm
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - M on the Bund, a Shanghai institution. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - M on the Bund, a Shanghai institution. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
M’s Very Famous Pavlova (¥108)

M on the Bund was the first Western restaurant on the Bund when it opened in 1999. Australian restaurateur—the eponymous M—Michelle Garnaut paved the way for many restaurants in Shanghai with the coming of M on the Bund. The restaurant is a Shanghai institution, serving a global mix of European, North African, and Australian flavors. The restaurant also has a bar/lounge (Glam) and an immense terrace overlooking the Bund view. Signature dishes: Hamish’s Rabbit, Veal & Pork Terrine, M’s Crispy Suckling Pig, M’s Very Famous Pavlova.

Hakkasan

Address: 5/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Nanjing Dong Lu 中山东一路18号5楼, 近南京东路
Tel: 63215888
Hours: Mon-Thu 5:30pm-12:30am, Fri-Sat 11am-1am, Sun 11am-11:30pm

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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Upscale Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Upscale Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

Hakkasan is an upscale Cantonese restaurant chain that comes to Shanghai via London. It is one of the most consistent venues on The Bund, excelling in service, food, and drink. Luxurious signature dishes like the crispy roast duck with caviar stand alongside simpler yet equally enjoyable mainstays like black pepper beef. They have two dedicated cocktail bars to service their drinks program. The weekend dim sum brunch is also a highlight.

Mr & Mrs Bund

Address: 6/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Nanjing Dong Lu 中山东一路18号6楼, 近南京东路
Tel: 63239898
Hours: Daily 5-10:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm, Thu-Sat 10:30pm-1am
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Must-try modern French restaurant Mr & Mrs Bund. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - Must-try modern French restaurant Mr & Mrs Bund. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Meunière Truffle Bread (¥150)

Mr & Mrs Bund is a contemporary French restaurant on The Bund by world-renowned chef Paul Pairet. The cavernous restaurant commands a 250-dish strong menu of re-imagined French classics with an Asian twist. Most of those dishes are beloved signatures and are made to share. It’s truly one of the most fantastic restaurants in Shanghai and a definite must-try. Personal favorites include: Long Short Rib Teriyaki, Veal Chop, Mushrooms Essential, Meunière Truffle Bread, Lemon & Lemon Tart, and The Real French Toast. Serves brunch, dinner, and late night.

Ginza Onodera Shanghai

Address: 3/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Nanjing Dong Lu 中山东一路18号3楼, 近南京东路
Tel: 63339818
Hours: 11:30am-2pm, 5:30-10:30pm

Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - High-end Japanese restaurant Ginza Onodera. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - High-end Japanese restaurant Ginza Onodera. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

Ginza Onodera is a high-end Japanese chain of Tokyo fame that has dedicated counters for teppanyaki, robata, and edomae-style sushi. In addition to high-flying Japanese fare, Ginza Onodera serves to be a place of exclusivity—intimacy and service are key. It’s extremely pricey, but what’d you expect?

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Address: 3/F, 18 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Nanjing Dong Lu 中山东一路18号3楼,, 近南京东路
Tel: 60718888
Hours: Daily 5:30-11pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-2pm
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Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund - L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

An outpost of world famous chef Joel Robuchon’s French fine dining chain, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Shanghai serves the same high-end menu found at its other counterparts around the world. This restaurant for diners looking to impress, or one to check off your list if you’re unable to venture to the more illustrious Michelin two-star location in St-Germain, Paris. Hardcore foodies, as its been said, will find themselves disappointed. Lots of butter, caviar, and other expensive ingredients with fancy plating.

The Way of the Dragon

Address: 2/F, 27 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Beijing Dong Lu 中山东一路27号2楼, 近北京东路
Tel: 33308888
Hours: 10am-2am

Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund: The Way of the Dragon, a high-end Sichuan hotpot restaurant. Photo by Rachel Gouk.
Best restaurants in Shanghai on the Bund: The Way of the Dragon, a high-end Sichuan hotpot restaurant. Photo by Rachel Gouk.

The Way of The Dragon is a massive Sichuan hotpot restaurant on the second floor of the House of Roosevelt on the Bund. Extravagant doesn’t even begin to describe its excessiveness. Elaborate interiors, performances on the hour, water features, and unnecessarily complex plating await intrepid hotpot fanatics. It’s not the best hotpot in town, but it’s hotpot on the Bund with unabated entertainment value.