Lonely Planet review
The Grand Hyatt in the Jinmao Tower offers a swish selection of Western and Asian restaurants, all of which come with breathtaking vistas into the Shànghǎi void. Cucina cooks up delectable Italian dishes from Campania and breads and pizzas fresh from the oven. The Grill offers fine imported meats and seafood. The Japanese Kobachi features excellent sushi, sashimi and yakitori. The flagship Canton showcases Cantonese food and afternoon dim sum. You can sit in any restaurant of your choosing and order food from another. After dinner, retire to the Patio Lounge on the same floor for a drink with the spectacular 33-floor atrium towering above you.
On the 54th floor (the hotel lobby) is the Grand Café offering stunning panoramas through its glass walls and a good-value lunchtime buffet during the week (¥208), which allows you to choose a main course and have it prepared fresh in the show kitchen. On weekends and in the evening the buffet is ¥278. To reserve a table by the window, book well in advance.