MELIÁ SHANG­HAI HONGQIAO

Daily break­fast buf­fet 6:30 - 10:00 a.m. / Room ser­vice 6:00 - 11:00 a.m.

M Style - - Special Breakfast -

What makes this break­fast spe­cial?

The Shang­hainese peo­ple call their favourite break­fast dishes the ‘big four war­riors’. The in­gre­di­ents are cheap and they’re easy to make, but they’re also nu­tri­tious and full of flavour. They’ve ex­isted through­out Shang­hai for many years, and have be­come the clas­sic break­fast foods. The city’s pro­found love for them is due not only to their qual­ity and con­ve­nience, but also to the fact that they rep­re­sent and evoke the mem­ory of old Shang­hai. Nowa­days, the

‘big four war­riors’ can be bought and eaten through­out the whole day. They’re en­joyed with tea in the af­ter­noon and as a mid­night snack.

What does it in­clude?

The buf­fet of­fers a wide va­ri­ety of freshly baked bread and pas­tries; cold cuts and cheeses; sea­sonal greens; dif­fer­ent kinds of eggs; sev­eral hot

dishes, such as grilled sausages and ba­con; ce­re­als; sea­sonal fruits; freshly squeezed juices; cof­fee and spe­cialty teas.

You can sam­ple lo­cal spe­cial­ties like noo­dle and won­ton soups; healthy con­gee with pick­les; steamed veg­eta­bles and stuffed steamed buns. À la carte op­tions are also avail­able, as well as Meliá’s ‘Bal­anced Break­fast’ se­lec­tion, which is based on guests’ nu­tri­tional needs.

Dur­ing the week the break­fast menu changes slightly each day, and brunch is served on Sun­days.

What are the high­lights?

The freshly pre­pared noo­dle soup. It can be com­bined with a range of op­tions to cater to each diner’s per­sonal tastes, such as spicy oil, fresh co­rian

der, dried shrimp and sea­weed. It’s a per­fect start to the day.

Where is it served?

Break­fast is served in the restau­rant and on its out­door ter­race, or it can be en­joyed in the pri­vacy of your room with room ser­vice.

What’s the best thing to do in the city after en­joy­ing one of these in­cred­i­ble meals?

The Meliá Shang­hai Hongqiao is lo­cated at Lido Way, a Euro­pean-style com­mer­cial and cul­tural com­mu­nity with in­ter­na­tional restau­rants and bars, an artsy book­shop and fur­ni­ture shop, a high-end su­per­mar­ket and cinema, an el­e­gant gym and a beauty salon. It’s only a 15-minute drive from one of

Shang­hai’s big­gest out­let malls and a 40-minute drive from Zhu­ji­a­jiao, a fa­mous an­cient vil­lage.

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