Chinese cuisine, ranging from traditional Mandarin style cooking to Chinese dishes.
There are many small eats in the snacks restaurant. The restaurant is not big. This restaurant does not have menus, the only menu is a big board above the counter where you order your food.
Beijing Huizhenlou Restaurant is a national premium restaurant, as well as a Tourism Bureau designated restaurant, and a national green food company.
Wontons are one of Beijings famous local snacks. Hunton Hou or Wonton Hou has enjoyed a great reputation in Beijing and even in the whole China.
Kao Rou Ji was established in the Qing dynasty (1848) with over 160 years of history. It is located in the scenic Shichahai area.
The scene here is similar to Beijing in the 1920's or 1930's. Other than a wave of nostalgia, what is served up here is the traditional Beijing street stand foods that have almost disappeared
Li Family Restaurant. The restaurants imperial dishes are cooked and served by the Li family in a cozy, informal atmosphere.
Beijing expatriates love the setting of this Peking Duck restaurant -- an old courtyard house hidden away down a maze of hutong (alleys dating back to dynastic times).
Mongolias major contribution to Chinese cuisine, hotpot is a wonderful dish to try on a cold winters day. Diners sit down at a table equipped with an individual burner.
Housed in the China World Trade Center, this restaurant is known mainly for imperial-style Manchu and Han banquet cuisine.
This luxury old place was foundered in 1954 and was Beijings first foreign restaurant.
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