Last visited 27.12.16
A visit to Three on the Bund.
Finally had the chance to visit Jean-Georges (Michelin Guide 2017 – 3 fork & spoon) after its refurbishment, the restaurant which provides French-Asian cuisine has now got a modern elegant feeling with white and beige tones.
That noon was quite quiet, we got a table reserved at the corner near the window to enjoy the stunning view of the Bund, and had the RMB$298 two courses winter set menu. The amuse bouche was alright, I had the hamachi sashimi for starter, it was quite light and appetising. The main course was the crispy confit of suckling pig, luckily the sourness from the radish and berry sauce allowed me to finish the dish (feeling full all day every day).
The good thing is I always have another stomach for desserts, tried all three desserts and of course I picked the beautiful ‘topical’ for myself, ice cold tropical fruits and pineapple sorbet within the young coconut semifreddo. The ‘chocolate’ was too sweet for me, I guess it’s only for chocolate addicts. The ‘mont blanc’ was sweet too, but better than ‘chocolate’.
Ended the meal with tea and petit four, however the petit four was mostly chocolate, I couldn’t take it anymore.
Overall is alright, just not very impressed.
Address: 4F, Bund 3, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Road, Huangpu, Shanghai
Telephone: +86 21 6321 7733