Bar Rouge | Shanghai Bar Review

The terrace of Bar Rouge, part of Bund 18, is a good spot to enjoy the city from the standpoint of an early 20th century citizen, mixed with views on all things modern that Shanghai is building.

Bund 18

I have it in my list of Shanghai favorites for things-to-do when you have a visitor. The view is very much included in the pricing of the drinks. The menu gave us a choice of 6 teas. According to the waiter (who was friendly enough to interact) 4 of them were sold out. Tea, that is sold out around 15:00….. these must be very special teas. I settled for the green tea. The same special Chinese tea my neighborhood restaurant pours for free. It costs only 50 Rmb.

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6 Responses to “Bar Rouge | Shanghai Bar Review”

  1. Frank
    July 16th, 2005 07:02

    Nice photo!
    Who made it?

  2. China Snippets
    July 16th, 2005 20:33

    It is indeed a very nice picture. A very good friend of mine made it last time he visited me in Shanghai

  3. MD
    August 16th, 2005 07:35


    this is not for drinking tea in the afternoon,
    believe me!!!

  4. Pit
    August 22nd, 2005 09:01

    Rather late evening place: referring also to business week:

  5. Russ
    January 7th, 2006 04:07

    One of the more popular clubs in 2005. The elevator up often reeks of the cologne many of the Euro-trash patrons douse themselves with before piling in. Music is a bit loud, but you could do much worse in Shanghai.

  6. julia
    October 10th, 2006 12:49

    seems lika a nice bar!! just wondering if there`s anything on for new years eve?

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