Lost Heaven the Bund is a four-storey building with a floor area of 3,000sqm, only few steps walk to the Bund, opened her door in the end of 2009 . The first floor contains a winebar and Yunnan pictures gallery. The second floor houses the restaurant itself, with space for 300 diners. The Hani tribe in Yunnan is known for its custom of hosting a feast table that can be extended for hundreds of meters, and Lost Heaven on the Bund will be re-enact this tradition with a long table that can seat up to 100 guests. Lost Heaven on the Bund will retain the theme of “Ancient Tea Horse Trail,” with its exotic combination of Tibetan, Dai, Bai, Yi and Miao influences, and its “Mountain Mekong” cuisine, which features the recipes and ingredients of Yunnan, Burma, and Lao.