The Grill is one of three restaurants at a place call On56 at the Grand Hyatt Shanghai. It’s call On56 because it’s on the 56 floor. In addition to the three restaurants, On56 features a center bar with a ceiling that goes up 31 floors. It’s pretty impressive to say the least.
The Grill is a classic steak house. In addition to USDA Prime steaks, The Grill features Wagyu steaks from Australia. Wagyu steaks are almost equal to Kobe steaks in tenderness (and price). As much as I like USDA Prime, the opportunity to eat a Wagyu steak don’t come often so I had to go with The Grill’s top offering. I ordered Foie Gras as my opener because Foie Gras is good grub. Sarah tried out their grilled salmon and we shared two side dishes.
With wines and drinks, dinner at The Grill came to about 2,000 RMB, making it the most expensive restaurant I’ve dined at in Shanghai. The Grill is definitely not a place for cheap dining. However, since the blog made 227,705.80 RMB last month, I think I can spurge a little. Or a lot. 😈