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Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet is the kind of travel experience you talk about 10 years later. French chef Paul Pairet first dreamed of a multi-sensory dining adventure in 1996, but it took until May 2012 to open this transcendent restaurant. There's only room for 10 diners to experience the 20-course meal at one time, and the dining room is a theater with HD screens for walls. With every course, the sounds, sights, and even smells change to complement and amplify the menu. The sublime Sea bass Monte Carlo—sea bass with fresh mozzarella and sun-dried tomatoes inside a baguette—is served to the sound of Debussy, and as you eat you'll notice a vibrant aquarium has appeared right in front of you.
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Waitan, Huangpu, Shanghai, China, 200000
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