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T'ang Cout is the Three-Star-Restaurant in Shanghai

Chepeast Restaurant with two Michelin Stars of the world awarded

In its first edition, the MICHELIN Guide Shanghai showcases local cuisine and celebrates the diversity of the Chinese cuisine found in this dynamic city.  Michelin  is  excited  to  unveil  the  first  selection the  MICHELIN  Guide  Shanghai  2017, which  highlights  the  richness  of  Shanghai's  dining scene." After  Singapore  and  before Seoul, we are proud to be continuing our developmen t in Asia this year with the launch of this  first  selection  dedicated  to  a  mainland  Chinese  city,"  comments  Claire  Dorland-Clauzel, Michelin executive vice-president, brands and external relations. In  this  first  selection,  the  restaurant T'ang  Court,  located  in  The  Langham  hotel,  was awarded  three  stars." The  gastronomic  experience  at  T'ang  Court  is  worth the  trip!" exclaims  Michael  Ellis,  Michelin  Guide  International  Director." In  the  cosy  atmosphere  of this  restaurant  where  only  six  tables  are  set,  the talented  and  creative  chef  Justin  TAN offers cuisine in which traditional antonese dishes rub shoulders with some very modern dishes.  Some  specialities  really  amazed  the  palates  of  our  inspectors  –  for  example  the braised  sea  cucumber,  and  the  Wagyu  beef  (?  il  y  avait  "health"  ecrit)  with  organic mushrooms.
"The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017 also awards 7 restaurants with two stars, more than half of them offering a variety of Chinese cuisines, in particular Cantonese. For example Canton 8, a popular restaurant,  is excellent value.  "
At Canton  8, customers will eat two-star cuisine for just 48CNY,  or just  over 6 euros for  lunch, which makes  this  little  restaurant  the  least  expensive  two  star  establishment  in  the  world!"  says  Michael  Ellis. "Canton  8  is  a  reflection  of  what  can  be  found  in  Shanghai  -  masterful,  delicious  and  very  good  quality cooking."
Yi  Long  Court and Imperial  Treasure have also been awarded two stars, as has YongFoo  Elite, which serves Shanghainese cuisine. Three restaurants offering international cuisine  have been  awarded two stars: 8 1/2 Otto  E  Mezzo  Bombana, chef Umberto Bombaba’s third restaurant serving classic Italian cuisine; L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, opened in early 2016 and offering characteristic contemporary French cuisine; and Ultra  Violet, where  the  French  chef  Paul  Pairet  has  created  a  unique  concept  that  allows  customers  to discover a singular universe in an out-of-time experience while tasting 22 dishes. 18 restaurants get one star in this very first selection dedicated to Shanghai. It is a selection that reflects the great diversity of the Chinese cuisines available in the city – for example Madam Goose (Xinzhuang) and its Cantonese  roasted  meats, Fu  He  Hui  with  its  vegetarian  cuisine, Le  Patio  &  la  Famille  and  its  Hangzhou cuisine, and the restaurants Lao Zheng Xing, Shang-High and Yong Yi Ting which allserve Shanghainese cuisine. Finally,  25  restaurants  have  received  a  Bib  Gourmand from  the  Michelin  Guide  inspectors.  This  distinction, particularly popular with chefs and and the public alike, recognizes restaurants offering a high quality menu for a maximum of 200 CNY: restaurants that are real favourites! Find  the  full  selection  in  the  Michelin  Guide  Shanghai  2017  on  the  Shanghai  MICHELIN  Guide  2017 application, available on iOS and Android, and in bookstores from 23 September.

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