Mar­lin

Shanghai Daily - - FEATURE -

Bay, an ex­clu­sive new wa­ter­front din­ing venue on the Bund, now wel­comes non-mem­bers with reser­va­tions.

Lo­cated in­side the Shang­hai Yacht Club near the South Bund’s Cool Docks area, the res­tau­rant of­fers a view of Nanpu Bridge and din­ers can also watch boats mov­ing up and down the Huangpu River. It opened last month. “With­out ques­tion, the perfect at­mos­phere and well-pre­pared dishes make cus­tomers for­get where they are,” says Duane Kennedy, the res­tau­rant’s gen­eral man­ager.

“Be it for din­ner or plea­sure, the Mar­lin Bay ex­pe­ri­ence is a break you de­serve from the hec­tic pace of city life.”

A wide choice of Asian, Can­tonese and West­ern cui­sine is avail­able. There’s USDA Prime Rib-Eye Steak and for seafood lovers, there are crabs cooked in a va­ri­ety of ways, from cur­ried to pre­pared with black pep­per.

Din­ers can take ad­van­tage of pro­mo­tional of­fers to en­joy the var­ied cui­sine.

The Satur­day & Sun­day Cham­pagne brunches of­fer a gen­er­ous West­ern bar­be­cue com­ple­mented with Asian and Chi­nese high­lights, sig­na­ture cock­tails and ice- cold bev­er­ages.

Satur­day & Sun­day Brunch is priced at 188 yuan (US$ 29) per person, 288 yuan with free-flow red and white wines, or 488 yuan with free-flow Cham­pagne, im­ported oys­ters and red and white wines.

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