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Shanghai Terrace

Shanghai Terrace Review

As precious as a jewel box, and often as pricey, this red, lacquer-trimmed 70-seat restaurant hidden away in the Peninsula Hotel reveals the hotelier's Asian roots. Come for upscale dim sum, stylishly presented, and luxury-laden dishes such as steamed fish, XO duck, miso-braised pork belly, and lobster consommé. A patio that seats up to 60 during warmer months lets you revel in a relaxing meal four stories above the madding crowds of Michigan Avenue. Though fans admire the attentive, professional service, some warn that diners with larger appetites might leave feeling unsatisfied.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Mon.
Updated: 06-11-2013

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