Beijing Travel Essentials: Recommended Restaurants in Beijing
Beijing Restaurants: Top Dining Experiences In Beijing
Read any good restaurant guide in Beijing and Aria will definitely feature! A wide range of European dishes are available on a frequently changed menu. Australian beef, and roast snapper are recent examples.
You must walk across a bridge to the island in the gardens to the northwest of the Forbidden City or even take a boat to the restaurant. Enjoy exotic Chinese food from imperial dynasties; Fangshan restaurant has a wide range of dishes, including sweets, something less common on many Chinese menus.
For one of the best Beijing Duck restaurants try the classy dor and great food of Da Dong Roast Duck make reservations!
With a rapidly expanding clientele for brunch on Sundays this restaurant provides fresh seafood from local markets, sushi, Peking Duck and homemade pasta that can be washed down with readily available champagne. Those with a sweet tooth will find it hard not to be tempted by stunning desserts.
Another of Beijing's consistent fine dining experiences! You can enjoy a pre-dinner drink in the lounge upstairs and move downstairs for a tempting range of European cuisine accompanied by any number of fine wines from the vastly stocked cellar of this icon amongst Beijing's restaurants. Choose from intimate dining for two in the bay windows over the Forbidden City moat or larger tables for modest sized groups with views across the moat to the Forbidden City. This restaurant has been a consistently reliable fine dining experience for Beijingers over the years.
95 Donghuamen Avenue
Perhaps the main attraction at LAN is Phillipe Starck's eclectic interior design! This expensive Sichuan style restaurant will not disappoint.
A Taiwanese restaurant that stays open all night and serves a delicious variety of dishes with funky music, design and delightful staff. A reliable venue for a great dining experience or an excellent place to meet and drink with friends.
Relaxing ambience, attentive friendly service, creative presentation compliment the fine dining experience in this vegetarian restaurant.
Fine food, good wines and the spirit of Chinese capitalism can be found in this stylishly restored courtyard restaurant. Enjoy the good things of life!
A consistent winner of awards over the last 3 years for things like best service and best restaurant of the year, this restaurant serves great Brazilian fresh food.
For one of the best steaks in Beijing!
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