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“Upscale Shanghai restaurant”
Review of 10 Shanghai

10 Shanghai
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Ranked #1,759 of 15,564 Restaurants in Hong Kong
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$23 - US$51
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Neighbourhood: Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
Description: Serving delicate Huaiyang cuisine that brings forth the original flavors of the ingredients, 10 Shanghai transports guests back to the opulent nightlives of the glamorous Shanghainese golden era through live retro tunes from the 30s and an interior inspired by the classical Chinese moon gate. Signature dishes include Aged Shaoxing Huadiao-brined Chicken, Deep-fried Baby Yellow Croaker with Seaweed
Reviewed 1 September 2021

This is a pleasant upscale Shanghai restaurant in Causeway Bay. 10 Shanghai serves refined southern Chinese flavors with a stylish presentation. Smoked egg is rich and creamy. Fried eel is light and crispy. Fried xiao long bao is an interesting option. Decor is cozy and spacious. Service is pretty nice. Price is quite reasonable. The place in general is more suitable for business meetings.

Date of visit: September 2021
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Thank Leonhkny
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Reviewed 22 May 2021 via mobile

Great food with delicious smoked BB squab and lovely dim sum. Prefect Shanghainese afternoon tea at an affordable price. Will definitely try again.

Date of visit: April 2021
2  Thank Bea_Kwan
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Reviewed 19 April 2021



Huaiyang Lobster Feast

本身套餐是$980/位(兩位起),但1957 & Co. 會員專享二人同行一人免費優惠,連加一及茶芥,算來不到$650/位,性價比都幾高,但必須二人惠顧方可享用二人同行一人免費優惠。

前菜拼盤Appetizer Platter
Aged Shaoxing Huadiao brined Chicken, Shanghai Style Sweet & Sour Baby Back Ribs,
Roasted Bran Dough with Peanuts & Black Fungus, Smoked Soft boiled Eggs with Black Truffle Pearls





Crispy Rice Paper Rolls with Lobster & Black Truffle

Braised Lobster, Fish Maw & Bamboo Shoots in Chicken Consomme

Steamed Egg with Lobster

Wok-fried Whole Live Western Rock Lobster with Spicy Sliced Pork Loin

Ten Precious & Lobster Fried Rice in Lotus Leaves

Grass Jelly & Almond Tofu in Bird's Nest Soup

若然想飲返兩杯,家陣凡惠顧淮揚海龍皇盛宴,可以優惠價每位 268 ,享用兩小時無限暢飲以下佳釀。
香檳 Champagne(Nicolas Feuillatte Reserve Exclusive Brut NV)、白酒 White Wine(Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc)及紅酒 Red Wine(Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir)

Date of visit: March 2021
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Thank foodiephilip
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Reviewed 11 April 2021

Covid-19 certainly affected restaurants in Hong Kong, but some have responded with innovative promotions. 10 Shanghai offered a 'Classic Huiyang Afternoon Tea Set' (starting at 3 pm) which included six selected appetizers, four kinds of dim sum, a roasted pigeon (to be shared by two guests), noodles and a special drink. Excellent quality at a very reasonable price. Service just okay. Place was packed so make sure you booked ahead of time. Note also that since the tea set can be ordered for 2 or 4 guests. There were actually three of us, so one of us who have already tried the tea set previously went for their signature fried rice which was also excellent. Overall quality of food was high but the very reasonable price make it an excellent deal.

Date of visit: March 2021
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2  Thank ECWorld
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Reviewed 24 January 2021

This restaurant is located in Lee Garden, offering Huaiyang cuisines, which combines the culinary specialties of Suzhou and Shanghai, and the best of the offerings within the area. The entrance has a decoration of the classical Chinese moon gate which is quite eye-catching.

Entering the restaurant there is a tone of stylish modern interiors, and passing through several banquettes with jasper green couches offering better privacy, the main dining hall has a wooden flooring and arched metal partitions. However, the tables are just too small to put the dishes.

As a result we asked the staff to prepare the dish one by one. The first served being Huadiao-Brined Squab ($142). Beautifully presented back to resemble the shape, the squab has been marinated perfectly with the brine having the right balance of huadiao and marinade. The meat is quite tender too.

Next we had the soups, with me going for Double-Boiled Bean Curd Blossom with Matsutake and Crab Claw in Chicken Consomme ($108) while my wife had Braised Fish Maw with Creamy Crab Roe ($218). Apparently my wife liked her soup very much, with the crab roe intense and flavorful with the fish maw having a nice bite.

Served in a clay bowl, my soup certainly is a demonstration of the amazing knife skills of the chef. The bean curd is cut in a way to resemble the blossom, with the petals all so finely cut. The soup base is a bit too salty, while the matsutake mushroom and crab claw are decent in taste. Still the presentation alone is sufficient reason to try it out.

Then we had the signature Jiangsu River Shrimps Sauteed with Crab Roe ($328). The crab roe is very good, intense and seasoned very well, and I can understand why my wife had a good compliment on the soup. On the other hand the river shrimps are a bit disappointing, as it did not have the crunchy texture I would expect.

Another dish we often ordered is Baby Yellow Croaker Deep-Fried with Salt and Pepper ($118). The fish is surprisingly large in size, with a crispy skin, soft and tender flesh. The deep-fried salt and pepper added a layer of exciting taste, delicious and with the price point it is one of the best value and quality.

A test to any Shanghai restaurant is always the quality of their xiao long bao. The Signature Steamed Xiao Long Bao ($75) has five pieces, each having a thin dough skin, and you can see the jus holding up inside. The minced pork and jus is tasty, and adding a bit of Zhejiang vinegar further enhanced the flavors to another level.

Wrapping up we had the dessert, with both of us choosing Glutinous Dumplings in Sweet Ginger Soup ($52 each). The soup has an intense ginger note and taste, certainly delivering a kick on spiciness in a pleasant way. The dumplings are decent, with sesame fillings and a chewy bite.

Service is decent overall, with the only black mark coming when I asked whether we can switch to another table when we were first seated, the response from the manager (I presume) was just pure rude, shutting us down and without trying to even pretend and see what he can help. On hindsight I feel amazed I did not just walk away at that point.

The bill was $1,268 which is reasonable in my opinion. There are so good points for sure, but just a reminder that it is important to pay better attention to the service as it is easy for one single person to ruin the overall experience and reputation of a restaurant.

Date of visit: January 2021
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2  Thank Peter C
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