Barbecue and grilled cooking, food from griddle gas bbqs, charcoal bbqs and spit roasters.
This upscale Korean barbecue and seafood restaurant in the Lido area proves that char grilling and composure can go together.
An anomaly on a strip of Chinese restaurants, Home Plate is a place where time relaxes and diners languidly enjoy slow cooked meats.
Specializes in Korean barbecue and serves Wagyu beef in a sleek environment.
From the creators of Jazz Ya comes this village like restaurant that is actually two establishments in one IzakaYa on the first floor and UshiYa on the second floor.
No matter the season, hip youth spill over onto the rooftop terrace of this Drum Tower-area restaurant.
This folksy restaurant near Houhai joins a tiny number of places in the capital serving barbecued meat the old Beijing way.
This Lido area restaurant offers a pleasant environment with a park view and a range of Korean favorites, including grilled BBQ, oxtail soup, octopus and bibimbap.
Takenosuke draws a faithful crowd of Japanese expats.
Its a good time to be living in Beijing the food and drinks at The Big Smoke Bistro are yet another testament to that fact.
Slowly cooking meats over oak, pecan or mesquite woods is an age old Texas tradition. This classic American cuisine has now arrived in Beijing with its first Texas style Bar B Q house.
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