Situated in the cultural hotbed that is Shanghai, Lapis Thai is known for serving up creative Thai-style cuisine that fuses Eastern and Western food cultures. The restaurant's pleasant garden landscape presents an urban oasis that is complemented by the stylish ambience conjured through its great selection of music, creating an unforgettable experience for diners. In July 2014, Lapis Thai opened its 1784 m2 'flagship' restaurant in Shanghai's Nanjing West Road, and accompanying its refined spirit is the namesake Lapis Thai 5, an album that combines the most popular and moving melodies into a breathtaking auditory feast. The night begins with the elegant and soothing approach of CD1 Lapis Lounge, which boasts a harmonious fusion of genres including downtempo, nu jazz, neo soul and trip hop. Swing to the charming new jazz rhythm of Elas Hedberg's Open The Door and Flamingo Star's (Feat. Alison Degbe) No More Trouble; be drawn into Avia's retro French-style electro number Why Should I Cry?; dive into New Zealand Music Awards winner Ladi6's reggae-infused Walk Right Up; enjoy Quantic's unique blend of world music and downtempo in his cover of Doo Wop (That Thing), General Elektriks' dreamy electronic number Gathering All The Lost Love, Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra's electronic bossa nova-style Tem Que Dizer. Mixed by DJ Code, CD 2 Lapis Bargrooves lights up the night with its irresistible selections. Opens with Berny's flashy Everything before seguing into Riva Starr's (Feat. Rssll) elegantly crafted Kill Me (Claptone Remix); the sultry deep house touch of New Mondo's (Feat. Lisa Shaw) I Want Cha (Dj Mfr Deep Mix); Random Soul's (Feat. Kristen Pearson) funk-flavored Take Your Time (Random Soul Classics Mix); 70s style house beats of Harley & Muscle's (Feat. Kenny Bobien) I Love You (Huggin' Caio Deep Mix); and Ferry Ultra's (Feat. Nicole Russo) wild funky house creation Live My Life (Samir Maslo Remix).