As Shanghai’s only three-Michelin-star restaurant, high-concept Ultraviolet takes experimental and experiential dining to a whole new level. The dining experience starts from the moment you are collected from a meeting point and taken to a secret location – a windowless room with nothing but a long table set for 10 guests. You are then immersed in a multi-sensory feast, centring on the unusual taste combinations of each course. The atmosphere is driven by music, smells and images projected onto the walls. Despite all this fanfare, the star of the show is very much the food. There are 20 courses of culinary alchemy, such as Pop Rock Oyster and Truffle Burnt Soup Bread. Hardcore food-lovers will relish this chance to engage their imaginations as well as their stomachs.