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“Good Basic Food higher priced”

Marriott Cafe (JW Marriott Shanghai Tomorrow Square)
Ranked #66 of 17,076 Restaurants in Shanghai
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: International
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Neighborhood: People’s Square
Description: Features the best in international casual dining; serving elaborate buffets throughout the day, as well as an extensive a la carte menu. Recommendations: Indian Food, Sea food.
Reviewed June 12, 2012

this was good fr a quick bite to eat but the cost was fairly high, you can also go here to get a power adapter.

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Reviewed May 21, 2012

Low food quality for more than 60 dollars per person

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Reviewed December 22, 2011

As the title states, I am not impressed with this restaurant. This restaurant has both buffet and a la carte, however I advise you to eat the buffet as the a la carte is overpriced and most can be found in the buffet. This restaurant has a smoking section, which is not inclosed, so smoke from the area driftes through and smells very bad. When I asked one of the waiters about this, he rudely said it's ok to smoke. I wasn't expecting that from a 5-stared hotel, and certainly not from a JW Marriott. Furthermore, the food there was average, and is heavily overpriced, and I will never go back there again. If you want to eat in the JW Marriott building, I recommend the JW California Grill, it's really good food and only slightly overpriced.

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Reviewed November 28, 2011

We arrived in Shanghai too late to scout for food so opted for this mid-priced hotel café on the 38th floor. Not a good introduction to Shanghai cooking. It was nearly 10PM and the place was all but deserted, yet the fully-staffed service was annoyingly slow. Caesar Salad (68 yuan) was acceptable. Pot Stickers (48 yuan) were very good but small. The 6 sticks of Chicken Satay (58 yuan) were an impressive achievement--the least amount of chicken meat that could possibly be attached to a skewer. They tasted tired, like yesterday’s reheated satay. Sarawak Laksa (88 yuan) was tasty but had all of two tiny shrimp and about a tablespoon of chicken shreds. It was 95% noodles. A 15% surcharge was added.

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Reviewed August 23, 2017
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