Located in a new built luxury hotel, T’ang Court offers some exquisite cuisine and provides some spectacular views of the Xintiandi and Taiping Lake. When comparing the prices with other high-end restaurants, the prices here are quite reasonable on weekend dim sum and lunch. The staffs outfit is neat and elegant and has been specially designed by the famous fashion designer Lu Kun.

T’ang Court comes with a chic look but yet subdued and offers a quiet and serene environment. The tables are well positioned and has a good distance from the other table, so you can dine peacefully without any disturbance from others. The always busy shopping strip and business centre Huaihai Road is just nearby the restaurant and hence you can see lot of business people during the lunch time. The T’ang Court is a perfect place to have your business lunch and meetings in a secluded and refined private dining room.

The décor inside T’ang Court is mainly based on a delicate Chinese flavor and the fabrics boasting with dark red and yellow colors. The natural wood hues for the floor nicely complement the décor. With a total of 9 private rooms, each rooms provides stunning views of the Xintiandi area.

T’ang Court offers a menu combined with both traditional Cantonese cuisine along with Shanghainese dishes. You can everything from Cantonese barbeque to bird’s nest at much reasonable prices. Seafood shares a big place in the menu as there are lot of fish items including the abalone, many varieties of fish and lobsters. And if you are seafood lover, you would definitely love the seafood dishes offered at this restaurant.

When you are T’ang Court, you cannot miss enjoying their signature dishes including the signature lobster with cheese whole abalone and noodles and the delicious steamed grouper with mushrooms and shrimp roe in soy sauce, pan-fried pork buns with crab meat etc. Some of the other favorites in T’ang Court are the tender roasted beef ribs, deep-fried prawns with wasabi-mayonnaise and the brown-lacquered crispy chicken.

Q In the Kitchen

Chef Tan like most other popular Chinese Chefs, started his culinary career at a very young age. According to Chef Tan, he had to struggle a lot to fight through the way to the top position and only his dedication and passion towards cooking pushed him through so far.

Located in the Xintiandi area for his restaurant as Xintiandi translates to “Heaven on Earth” and as the name suggests, he wanted to provide a place for his customers and some delicious food that makes them feel they are in heaven.

Q Awards and Achievements

Michelin Guide Shanghai 2018: Three Stars ☆☆☆
Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017: Three Stars ☆☆☆

Q The Menu

Chef's Tasting Menu - 7 course - CNY 888
Chef's Tasting Menu - 7 course - CNY 1'288
Chef's Tasting Menu - 7 course - CNY 1'588

Q Dress code, children and other policies.

Dress Code: Smart Casual.

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  • Monday11:30 - 14:0017:30 - 22:00
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  • Sunday11:30 - 14:0017:30 - 22:00

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