Cuivre stands out from this ultra competitive restaurant space in Shanghai. We were there for Sunday bunch. The brunch menu was about RMB200 that provided 3 courses plus 1 nonalcoholic drink. It offered pretty good variety of selections which were not overly focus on egg and toast items as compared to many other brunch menu that we had seen. This was modern french food done with a very refreshing and light appeal. Dishes were cleverly done with good fresh local and imported produce that gave good balance in flavor. Service was efficient and the team was able to provide good explanation to the menu to help selection. Ambient was rustic, hip and comfortable, We are always spoiled for choice when it comes to good restaurants in Shanghai, However Cuivre has that unique appeal that may bring me back for another treat very quickly.
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