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Ultraviolet Restaurant by Chef Paul Pairet

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With only 10 diners, no address, and the request of 4.5 hours of your time, Chef Paul and his team at Ultraviolet Restaurant take you on a sensory journey in Shanghai.

A once in your life dining experience at the immersive and multi-sensory Ultraviolet Restaurant by Chef Paul Pairet

With only 10 diners, no address, and the request of 4.5 hours of your time, Chef Paul and his team at Ultraviolet Restaurant take you on a sensory journey through taste, temperature, sound and scent with the help of intoxicating visuals.

Taking diners to a different level and way of eating haute cuisine in an almost sinister yet desperately mysterious atmosphere.

With three Michelin stars to boot as well as being in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, this is one worth traveling for.

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2 reviews for Ultraviolet Restaurant by Chef Paul Pairet

  1. Ruth Tertilt

    The Telegraph, John O'Ceallaigh The alternative realities of Shanghai’s Ultraviolet, the world’s most innovative restaurant Over a 20-course menu, just 10 diners a night are immersed in an environment that manipulates and melds light, sound, scent, temperature and theatre to create a culinary experience beyond compare.

  2. Ruth Tertilt

    Chefs’ Choice Award: Paul Pairet The pioneering French chef whose Shanghai restaurants prompt admiration and awe in equal measure The Telegraph, John O'Ceallaigh The alternative realities of Shanghai’s Ultraviolet, the world’s most innovative restaurant Over a 20-course menu, just 10 diners a night are immersed in an environment that manipulates and melds light, sound, scent, temperature and theatre to create a culinary experience beyond compare. The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2015 No. 24 | Pairet’s cooking has a delicate touch so, despite the full 20 courses, you’ll leave the table without feeling weighed down. The experience may be avant-garde and inspirational, but above all it’s enormous fun.

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