Japanese Beijing | Restaurants
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Restaurants are a little piece of Japan in Beijing. Authentic Japanese food tempera to sushi.
Exciting contemporary Asian food in an effortlessly cool, boutique hotel setting.
Cafe Sambal
Watch fish, meat and vegetables being roasted in close proximity to hot coals at the robata grill. Oden (fish cakes and root vegetables stewed in broth) is also a specialty of the house.
Enjoy sashimi, sushi, noodles and more in the all-you-can-eat meal deals ranging from RMB 98-198.
From the owner and chef of Meishiya Hashiba comes a new restaurant serving contemporary Japanese cuisine in a simple but elegant setting.
This small restaurants boast is absolutely justified. Invincibles bowls of thin Japanese noodles in broth with meat, egg and vegetables rival any in Beijing
From the creators of Jazz-Ya comes this village-like restaurant that is actually two establishments in one: Izaka-Ya (sushi bar) on the first floor and Ushi-Ya (teppanyaki) on the second floor.
This Tokyo-based chain opened its first Beijing location in Xinyuanli just a year ago and has already established a faithful following of predominately Japanese,
Though Kitaya's uninspired food doesn't warrant a trip across town, this comfortable, friendly restaurant makes an adequately tasty standby for those near Capital Gymnasium.
With only four tables and a sushi counter of untreated wood, Midorikawa its petite size to its advantage, offering an intimate escape from the world beyond its latticed windows.
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