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Q: Restaurants with the best views in Shanghai?

Recommendations for bars and/ or restaurants with fantastic views in Shanghai? I want to sit back with a good class of wine and watch the sunset over Shanghai before I haul ass and leave this country. 

5 years 38 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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91st floor of the Financial Tower has a nice restaurant.

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You may have already left but if not I was at two different places this weekend. 

Ashley Steak and Salad which is in the big mall facing the pearl tower. 

Another is Captains Bar which is on the bund, serves a killer Cuba Libre in there, the former good for a feed, 170 for all you can eat and drink I think it was

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