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Published on 12 Jun 2011
International aeroplane-themed restaurant

An aeroplane-themed restaurant, complete with wait-staff dressed like flight attendants, fake overhead lockers, blue strip lighting, fasten seatbelt signs and a huge menu with dishes from around the world, many served aeroplane-style on little partitioned trays.


It's certainly authentic, in that the overpriced food is bland and largely tastes like it's come from a microwave, and the service is negligible but the idea of a 30-page menu with dishes from places ranging from Thailand to Italy and the UK was never really going to work. Overpriced items include a baked mixed seafood rice (48RMB), which comes with plastic-y cheese and fake crab sticks, and oily Thai-style shrimp pancakes (58RMB).


10.30am-9.30pm daily

Telephone 3892 0339

Metro Lujiazui

English address Unit M26, Fourth Floor, Super Brand Mall, 168 Lujiazui Xi Lu, near Fenghe Lu, Pudong

Chinese address 飞机主题餐厅,浦东新区陆家嘴西路168号正大广场4楼东区M26


Posted by : WWW on 2011-7-8 11:46:18
This place is fun to go to once for the novelty but everything is way overpriced (go figure...airplane food), the portions aren"t that big, and the food is poorly made (again, airplane food). The 3 times I"ve visited (once to eat, once to take a photo, once to show a friend where it was located/how ridiculous it was), there have only been 3-4 tables filled. Again, fun to go to once but that"s about it.



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