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Lost Heaven on the Bund Restaurant Review: Lost Heaven on the Bund, along with sister restaurants Coconut Paradise and the original Lost Heaven on Gao You Road, represents the blending of regional cuisines spawned by the ancient Tea Horse Trail, a trading route that linked Tibet, China's Yunnan province, Burma and Thailand. The large dining room is fairly dark, with low, red lighting, lanterns and ornately carved chairs making it particularly good for dates. It's also a suitable choice for family dinners, quiet business gatherings and private parties alike. Dishes include spring rolls, various soups, and Dali chicken with chilies and green onions. Wine and specialty cocktails are also offered. Service is not always smooth.