Dining experience beyond expectation
The concept and design behind the restaurant Lost Heaven is drawn from artistic and cultural elements of minority tribes in Yunnan. The original patterns, handiwork, and embroideries of Tibetan, Yi, Na Xi, Dai, Miao, and Yao tribes are visible in every corner of the restaurant. Inspiration is also gathered from local religious beliefs, ancient poems, song, and dance, and countless stories and legends from the ancient Tea Horse Road.
The founders of the restaurant continuously search for indigenous recipes and cooking techniques from the Yunnan region. They combine what they learn with Western and Southeast Asian cuisine to bring more inspired dishes to their customers. This unique approach has made Lost Heaven a one-of-a-kind restaurant serving Yunnan folk cuisine. It has been heralded by the Shanghai media as a “must-visit” and “landmark restaurant”. What started as a love of the varied culture and food in Yunnan, Lost Heaven has grown into a distinctive attraction and successfully put Yunnan folk cuisine on the map.
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