Stepping into the oriental-meets-Art Deco dining room of dark walls, velvet upholstery, polished wood, opulent chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Shanghai’s futuristic skyline, it’s easy to see why Sir Elly’s is one of the city’s premier dining destinations.
Having recently celebrated the acquisition of its first Michelin Star, Sir Elly’s has taken fine dining to a whole new level, thanks to its sophisticated yet contemporary and inspired European menu.
The passion for merging technique and French inspiration with fresh Asian and European ingredients is prevalent in every dish, which can be enjoyed through an à la carte or degustation menu experience.
Go all out and order the ‘Michelin-starred Culinary Journey’– you’ll enjoy a meet and greet with executive chef Tang Chi Keung before sitting down at the Chef’s Table to enjoy an exquisite three-course meal, which includes gastronomic delicacies such as truffle-stuffed frog’s legs in black garlic cream.
After dinner, do as we did and head up the staircase to the rooftop bar, order your choice of signature cocktail, fine wine or rare whiskey and savour it along with the twinkling 270-degree panorama before you.