If you want a classy Italian meal that is low on stuffiness, head for the 56th floor of the Jin Mao Tower. The views are always fabulous. On ... More
If you want a classy Italian meal that is low on stuffiness, head for the 56th floor of the Jin Mao Tower. The views are always fabulous. On Shanghai's overcast days feast your eyes on the chefs in action in the open kitchen. For a closer look, take a first row seat at the counter. Contemporary design with marble floors and incredible views give the decor elegance whilst maintaining a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. While this trattoria has all your old pizza and pasta favorites, it also serves many original dishes using the freshest ingredients and homemade pastas.
Great view, delicious food, nice atmosphere, good service. Value for money if you are not backpacker. Their lasagne is the best I have eaten in Shanghai. I have lived here 2,5 yrs and visited Cucina several times.
Main course was not good, although the appitizers were delicious. Very expensive. Quality was ok, Jean Georges (3 on the Bund) is much better, but a little pricer. The view is ok, again, the price for the experience - not worth it!
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