Since opening in 2009, The Peninsula Shanghai has redefined wining and dining in the city. The three signature restaurants and two bars have had guests and local residents alike converging on the hotel to experience the culinary wonders of Sir Elly’s Restaurant, Bar and Terrace, Yi Long Court and The Lobby, as well as the stylish ambiance of the Compass Bar and the glamour of Salon de Ning. In keeping with the rest of the hotel, The Peninsula Shanghai’s restaurants exemplify the classic luxury of the Art Deco era when the city was celebrated as the “Paris of the East”.

The Peninsula Shanghai is proud to have maintained a total of three Michelin stars in the second edition of The Michelin Guide Shanghai that celebrated its inauguration in 2018. The result marks the second year that Yi Long Court enjoys a prestigious two Michelin star rating, while Sir Elly’s upholds its one Michelin star. The Peninsula Shanghai has also retained its title as the only hotel in Mainland China with two Michelin-starred restaurants simultaneously.

Peninsula Shanghai Sir Ellys Terrace
Rooftop Bar and Terrace
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Peninsula Shanghai The Lobby
International All Day Dining
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Peninsula Shanghai Salon de Ning Interior
Bar and Lounge
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Peninsula Shanghai Room Service
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Dining OFFERS

Peninsula Shanghai Sir Ellys Dish
Dining
Michelin-starred modern European restaurant Sir Elly’s has launched all-new seasonal weekend brunch. Weekend dining at The Peninsula Shanghai is a great gastronomic pleasure with the fabulous view and sophisticated weekend brunch at Sir Elly’s.
Peninsula Shanghai Waitanyuan Afternoon Tea
Dining
With the introduction of No.1 Waitanyuan to The Peninsula Shanghai’s portfolio of function rooms and heritage building, the hotel can now offer a stunning location for a traditional afternoon tea.
Peninsula Shanghai Sir Ellys Dish
Dining
Experience the award-winning cuisines of Yi Long Court and Sir Elly’s, which received a total of three Michelin stars from The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2018, the first edition in Mainland China of the world-famous Michelin restaurant guides.