Chinese cuisine, ranging from traditional Mandarin style cooking to Chinese dishes.
Beijing Fang Shan Restaurant offers exquisite food from former Chinese dynasties, set in Bei Hai Park, once an imperial garden. Waitresses in period garb lead you to the main dining room
Situated on Ghost Street, Beijings Mecca for late night dining, Yi Yuan offers a glorious vision of how real Beijingers like to eat. Come on a summer evening when the two huge courtyards.
Cantonese food is thought by Chinese epicures to be the countrys finest, and Celestial Court serves up some of Beijings best.
Literally "First Restaurant", steamed buns restaurant is one of Beijings older eateries, dating from 1912.
Dong Lai Shun Restaurant is honored in the prestigious Beijing restaurant with a historic brand.
The old Fengzeyuan Restaurant was opened in 1930. Good cooking techniques featuring burst, frying, roasting, deep fried, grilled, slide, steam.
Established in 1922 as Beijings first vegetarian restaurant. Its food is of the Buddhist imitation flesh variety using vegetables.
This is real Beijing food, focused on noodles, noodles with black bean sauce and the dumplings.
Some of the finest Sichuan hotpot you can find in Beijing. Fresh beef cooked in spicy and fragrant hotpot soup becomes tastier the longer you cook it.
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