Category

Uncategorized

米氏20周年精选菜单 A VERY SPECIAL MENU TO CELEBRATE OUR BIRTHDAY

By | Uncategorized

作为沪上拥有悠久历史的老牌西餐厅,我们将精致餐饮的理念带到了外滩,不断推陈出新,为大家奉上了无数经典佳肴。秉承欧洲传统烹饪技巧的同时,融入了地中海、中东以及北非等地区的不同风味,在米氏的菜单上,你会发现经典的流行元素、非古板的学术派菜系;同时也结合上海当地的口味特点。

为庆祝米氏西餐厅成立20周年,我们搜罗出历年来最受欢迎的菜肴,制作了一份经典再现特别菜单,供各位饕客品味!精选菜单内的菜肴将不定期更新,记忆中的美味可别错过哟~

Over the last 20 years we’ve served some truly memorable dishes, can you believe we still have requests for previous items that guests enjoyed 10 years ago!

With this in mind and as we are celebrating our 20th year, we have decided to create a very special menu of our best sellers…Keep an eye on this menu as it will change frequently and we might just be serving your favourite thing!

M – 米氏酷爽夏日冰镇鸡尾酒 Summer in the City, HOT Cocktails to Cool Off~

By | Uncategorized

炎炎夏日,酷暑难当~ 米氏冰镇爽口的鸡尾酒如沙漠绿洲 为您带去丝丝清凉~

入夜时分,露台悠坐,望浦江两岸华灯初上,杯中美酒光影交错,人生得意尽在此时…

Summer time’s hot in the city, but so are our cocktails! Enjoy our refreshing cocktails on our gorgeous terrace and cool off with drinks like M’s Summer Delights or M’s Lemongrass Martini…best served before dinner and ice cold, of course.

Lemongrass Martini [Lemongrass infused Vodka, with Lillet]

Tom Collins [Tanqueray, fresh sour mix, topped with soda]

Summer Delights [Havana 3 yo Rum, mint, strawberry, basil & sparkling wine]

 

 

 

Palani Mohan on Hunting with Eagles | 2018 LitFest Podcast

By | Uncategorized

In the desolate Altai mountains of western Mongolia, where the winters are brutally cold, live the last of the men who hunt with eagles. Kazakh nomads have been grazing their livestock in this isolated region for hundreds of years and only the toughest survive here.

Fascinated by the special bond that develops between man and eagle, award-winning photographer Palani Mohan spent four years documenting the burkitshi, as the hunters are known in Kazakh. But this is a culture under threat. There are no more than fifty to sixty “true” hunters left and each winter claims a few more. His images are an enthralling and timely record of these noble men and their magnificent eagles in a dramatic and unforgiving part of our planet.

 Listen to Stitcher Listen to Stitcher

米氏酷爽夏日冰镇鸡尾酒 Summer in the City, HOT Cocktails to Cool Off~

By | Uncategorized

炎炎夏日,酷暑难当~ 米氏冰镇爽口的鸡尾酒如沙漠绿洲 为您带去丝丝清凉~

入夜时分,露台悠坐,望浦江两岸华灯初上,杯中美酒光影交错,人生得意尽在此时…

Summer time’s hot in the city, but so are our cocktails! Enjoy our refreshing cocktails on our gorgeous terrace and cool off with drinks like M’s Summer Delights or M’s Lemongrass Martini…best served before dinner and ice cold, of course.

Lemongrass Martini [Lemongrass infused Vodka, with Lillet]

Tom Collins [Tanqueray, fresh sour mix, topped with soda]

Summer Delights [Havana 3 yo Rum, mint, strawberry, basil & sparkling wine]

 

 

 

聚会的最新选择 米氏小型私人宴会包厢 M’S NEW PRIVATE ROOM

By | Uncategorized

米氏西餐厅及魅蓝推出小型私人宴会包厢,坐拥浦江两岸绝美景致,适合各种小型私人宴会,生日庆典,商务聚会,产品发布会等等。

包厢内陈列有以色列艺术家 Basmat Levin 的油画作品及地毯,美国设计师Brenda Houston 的萤石壁画,以及来自美国纽约的艺术装置吊灯。在美轮美奂的玻璃墙与水晶珠帘的映衬下,整个包厢如若仙境一般。

该包厢适合14人以内就坐用餐,20人左右的鸡尾酒会。特别定制的菜单可选用米氏西餐厅或魅蓝的精品美味佳肴。

如需预定请致电 (86 21) 63509988
或发送邮件至 reservations@m-onthebund.com

M’s new private room is perfect for any event…intimate, gorgeous and overlooking the Bund and the Huangpu River, we can tailor the room to any occasion.

The room itself is brimming with art and style including hand-designed wallpaper by Brenda Houston, a custom-fitted art deco chandelier from New York and two large-scale paintings and rugs by Israeli artist, Basmat Levin.

Seating up to 14 for a sit-down dinner or 20 for small bites & cocktails, our private room is perfect for a birthday celebration, a product launch, private business dinner or just a special night with friends.

Customise the menu with food from either M on the Bund OR Glam and eat, drink, chat, kiss and more at Glam~

If you’d like to rent the private room, please call us at (86 21) 63509988 or email us at reservations@m-onthebund.com

魅蓝超值尊贵礼遇 香槟&鱼子酱仅售18元 Champagne & Caviar for 18 RMB!!

By | Uncategorized

夏日狂欢超值礼遇” The Deal to End All Deals! Champagne & Caviar for 18 RMB~

即日起在魅蓝用晚餐的客人,均可享尊贵超值礼遇。一杯泰亭哲香槟加鱼子酱小食仅售人民币18元。

Book at Glam and be spoiled with our very special summer deal. A glass of Taittinger Champagne & Beluga caviar…it’s by far the best deal on the Bund!

Make a summer splash without the splurge~

******

一人限购一份,不单独出售,
仅与魅蓝晚餐套餐同时销售。

One portion per person
& only available with Glam’s set dinner deal.

The Wall at Glam x Christian Ruiz

By | Uncategorized

A new year, a new Wall at Glam! Starting in January 2018, we’ll have French artist, Christian Ruiz’s paintings on The Wall at Glam. With the help of curator, Isabelle Dupuis-Krause, Christian’s paintings will bring the wall to life with vibrant color and rich depth. And to celebrate Christian’s presence at Glam, our launch party on January 13th is sure to be a very glam time…save the date!

And don’t forget our current Wall at Glam with La Cornelius is on until January 8th…catch his brilliant pieces while you still can!

 

Bob’s Music Blog: January 2017 Chamber Music Concert – Britten, Schumann & Schubert

By | Uncategorized

On January 28th, 2018 we will hear three masterpieces for viola, two with piano accompaniment, by Benjamin Britten, Robert Schumann and Franz Schubert.

Ticket Type Event Details Price
Adult January 28, 2018 at 4:00 PM ¥ 85.00 CNY
Student January 28, 2018 at 4:00 PM ¥ 40.00 CNY

Although the viola has been around in some form virtually as long as its string siblings, the violin and the cello, it was only in the 19th Century and especially in the 20th Century that the viola was increasingly seen for its potential as a solo instrument. Up to then, the instrument was mainly used in musical ensembles to provide inner harmonic voicings emerging only occasionally for brief moments of solo lines. It was with Berlioz’s Harold in Italy (1834), commissioned for orchestra and viola by none other than Paganini, did the viola start to be consistently seen as a solo instrument in its own right. Schumann’s Märchenbilder that we will hear on the 28th of January is one of the most important viola solo masterpieces to be written in the 19th Century and helped to further cement the viola’s role as a full-fledged solo instrument.

The first piece we will hear is the last movement, Ciaconna or Chaconne, of Benjamin Britten’s Second Suite for solo Cello. It is frequently played on the viola as well. Britten (1913-1976) , one of the giants of 20th Century music, is mainly known today as an opera composer and he is the most frequently performed opera composer born in the 20th Century. But he was a prolific composer in many kinds of music whether it be orchestral, choral or chamber. He wrote his three solo cello suites for his close friend Mstislav Rostropovich in the 1960s and early 1970s. The Ciaconna movement which we will hear takes a respectful glance back to its Bach predecessor while clearly being a work of the 20th Century. The chaconne dance form, by the way, appears to have originated in the New World, made it way to Spain as a sprightly dance, but had morphed into a slow, serious form in three beats by the time Bach and contemporaries wrote them in the 18th Century.

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) was often inspired by childhood for his compositions. His piano suites Kinderszenen (Scenes for Childhood) and his Album for the Young are perhaps the most famous. Toward the end of his composing career he wrote two suites inspired by fairy tales: Märchenerzälungen (Fairy Tales) in 1853 for viola, clarinet and piano and Märchenbilder (Scenes from Fairy Tales) in 1851 which we will hear in our concert. On the printed score Schumann does not tell us which fairy tales he is writing about, but from his personal correspondence we learn that the first two movements of Märchenbilder relate to Rapunzel, the third movement to Rumpelstiltskin and the fourth to Sleeping Beauty. Schumann likely leaves this information off the score so that we concentrate more on the pure music rather than trying to guess the underlying narrative.

Franz Schubert (1797-1828) wrote his Sonata in a minor opus 821 for the then recently invented instrument, the arpeggione, a six-string fretted instrument that looked something like a cross between a cello and a guitar. By the time the sonata was published posthumously in 1871 the arpeggione was long out of fashion and the sonata has generally been played by cello or viola, although it has been arranged for flute and other instruments. The sonata is one of the most beloved of all Schubert sonatas. It is easy to see why being packed with melodies of great pathos that Schubert is known for. When he wrote the sonata in 1824 he was already aware that due to his health each year left to him was a gift. Even in happier moments of his music we get a sense that he is conveying, “This is how it could have been, but this is how it is”. Schubert seemed to accept his fate of a short life not with only bitter sweetness but more with a profound and humble sense of acceptance, reconciliation. Ironically my favorite cello recording of the Arpeggione Sonata is by Rostropovich and Benjamin Britten whose music and influence started off our program today!

Please come to Glam on January 28th to hear this wonderful program. It will be played by Cao Yibo the violist of the award winning Song Quartet, which we have heard several times at Glam, and by Professor of Piano, Zheng Lin from the Shanghai Conservatory. See you on the 28th!

Bob Martin

For pre-listening:
Benjamin Britten’s Second Suite (arranged for viola by Nobuko Imai):

Schumann’s Märchenbilder:

Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata (viola):

Schubert’s Arpeggione with Rostropovich (cello) and Britten

X