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With hundreds of dining options in the city, the Culinary Adventures section shortlists the most notable, to ensure you have the best gourmet experience during your visit.
1949 Hidden City
The restaurant comprises four sections and the duck restaurant has quickly debuted as the best out of the four. Completely re-designed and refurbished, 1949 Hidden City is housed in a former storage location of the China Machinery Academy and is run by Hong Kong famed group Elite Concepts.
Courtyard 4, Gongti Beilu, Chaoyang District
Tel:(86-10) 6501 1949
Reminiscent of a Chinese noble’s courtyard, The Peninsula Beijing’s Chinese restaurant serves exquisite Cantonese cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal offerings, all prepared by veteran Hong Kong chefs. Dim sum specialities are available at lunch time and on weekends.
Lower Lobby Two, The Peninsula Beijing, 8 Goldfish Lane, Wangfujing
Tel: (86-10) 8516 2888 ext. 6707
Stylish and dynamic, this award-winning restaurant features three open kitchens and is well known in the capital for its action buffet, in addition to its à la carte offerings and Naturally Peninsula selections. The culinary team of 40 presents over 60 dishes, showcasing the finest of East meets West. The dinner buffet is served daily from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
The Peninsula Beijing, 8, Goldfish Lane,
Tel: (86-10) 6510 6714
Green T. House
Tea-infused fusion cuisine served in an impressively sleek and well-designed setting.
6 Gongti Xilu, Chaoyang District
Tel: (86-10) 6552 8310 / 6552 8311
Authentic Thai flavours with a good selection of wine and cocktails served against a backdrop of purple hues.
Opposite the north gate of the Workers’ Stadium (in the small alley behind the ICBC Bank)
Tel: (86-10) 6413 0899
Founded by Daniel Boulud, one of the most celebrated chefs in New York, this restaurant is nestled in the heart of the historic Legation Quarter, the former United States Embassy Residence from the 1920s to 1930s. Executive Chef Brian Reimer uses produce from the Pacific Rim and China to prepare exquisite French dishes.
Legation Quarter, No.23 Qian Men Dong Da Jie
Tel: (86-10) 6559 9200
This Chinese restaurant has its dining halls attached to a vast indoor courtyard containing a three-storey wine cabinet, elaborate cast-iron chandeliers, and stylish leather chairs. The latest hip place in town to “see and to be seen”, it serves modern Chinese cuisine with a contemporary twist.
Opposite Gate 9 Worker’s Stadium, Chaoyang District
Tel: (86-10) 6553 8608
Din Tai Fung
Once hailed as one of the world's Ten Best Restaurants by the "New York Times", this internationally renowned dumpling restaurant has outlets in more than 10 key cities all over the world. The one in Beijing is opulent and contemporary in style, and its open kitchen allows guests to watch the chefs prepare dumplings.
22 Hujiayuan Yibei Building (200 metres northwest of Yuyang Hotel, Dongcheng District)
Tel: (86-10) 6462 4502
Xi He Ya Ju
Xie He Ya Ju offers quality food with an earthy feel, reminiscent of old Beijing. It is also an excellent place to people-watch.
North east of Ritan Park
Tel: (86-10) 8561 7643 / 8561 1915
Beijing Da Dong
The second newly-opened branch is as good as the first, both in terms of food and ambience. Beijing Da Dong should not be missed if you love Peking Duck as it specialises in succulent roast duck and a selection of home-style specialities.
1-2/F, Nanxincang International Plaza, 22A Dongsishitaio, Dongcheng District
Tel: (86-10) 5169 0329
Located in historic Qianmen Street, Capital M diners can enjoy spectacular views of Tiananmen Square from the south while experiencing the delicious simply good food featuring modern European cuisine with a collection of classics as well as nostalgic favourites.
Third floor, No. 2 Qianmen Pedestrian Street
Tel: (86-10) 6702 2727
Spicy House serves up flavourful dishes with a kick. With the use of quality ingredients presented in a modern way, Spice House features classic Hunan dishes that cater to the Western palate. The trick-door entryway adds an extra bit of fun.
Third floor, Building 8, The Village at Sanlitun, 19 Sanlitun Road
Tel: (86-10) 6415 3535
A tastefully remodelled hutong turned swanky restaurant, boasting an outdoor courtyard section and gorgeous private and semi-private rooms. The set menu of Sichuan cuisine is based on number of diners and changes each week.
14, Banchang Hutong, Nanluoguxiang, Gulou
Tel: +86 (10) 6400 3736
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