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Q: Where in Shanghai, can i go only for the dessert buffet?

I am a dessert maniac and i wanna know where can i go for the dessert buffet only,skipping the main course dish buffet...any suggestions?Hotels usually it is a full package,so i dont want to waste my money,since i am interrested only in the dessert!

8 years 40 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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This I found searching:
http://www.timeoutshanghai.com/features/Blog/4725/Event-Watch-The-Penins...

You might get a better deal if you go to a reg buffet and ask them if they would discount you for only dessert. 

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Try any of the Sheraton Hotels spread around Shanghai for their afternoon high tea.   Several of them put on a very nice afternoon high tea buffet with enough cakes, cookies, scones, and the like to induce a case of diabetes in just about anyone.  It is very, very pricey though - upwards of RMB 200 per person, I think, if not more, from what I remember.

Additionally, all of these hotels serve afternoon high tea with a sweets buffet only:

Park Hyatt Shanghai
100 Century Avenue, 87/F Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC)
上海柏悦酒店, 浦东世纪大道100号 
tel +86 21 6888 1234
shanghai.park.hyatt.com

Peninsula Shanghai 
Bund 32, 32 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu, near Beijing Dong Lu
中山东一路32号, 近北京东路 
tel +86 21 2327 2888
www.peninsula.com

The Portman Ritz Carlton Shanghai
1376 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Xikang Lu
上海波特曼丽嘉大酒店, 南京西路1376号, 近西康路
tel +86 21 6279 8888
www.ritzcarlton.com

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