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Regional Cuisine

Fanqian Fanhou

Offers tasty Taiwanese homestyle favorites.

Jin Shan Cheng

Jin Shan Cheng (Gold Mountain City), with a couple of dozen branches around the city, is one of Beijing's most popular and affordable Sichuan chains.

Yu Xin

Everyone who has spent any time at all in China will have eaten indifferent or just plain bad gongbaojiding (宫爆鸡丁), but if you want to taste it the way it's supposed to be, get down to Yu Xin.

South Beauty

A successful and growing chain with branches around the city, South Beauty has a huge menu so you're sure to find something to your taste, provided you can find a seat, of course.

Meizhou Dongpo

Meizhou Dongpo has an official seal of approval from the Sichuan government, so it must be doing something right.

Gold Barn

The Gold Barn is anything but a farmyard, more like a grand mansion furnished in 1930s style. If you're looking for atmosphere, this spacious and comfortable eatery spread over three floors won't disappoint.

Feiteng Yuxiang

If spicy fish stew (shuizhuyu) is your thing, get down here. It is said to be the best in town.

Chuan Ban

The Chuan Ban gets an implicit seal of approval from the Sichuan government, whose Beijing premises it shares.

Xian Bai Wei

Madam Wang whips up the best roujiamo in town at this friendly Sha'anxi snack joint.

Xi'an Fanzhuang

Lamb stew and bread sounds great for a winter evening. The food is simple but you are assured of a warm welcome.

Noodle Loft

The contrast between the simple home-style food and the trendy surroundings is Noodle Loft's selling point.

Mei Mansion

The former home of one of China's most famous opera stars, Mei Langfang, famous for his cross-dressing female roles, this traditional courtyard hidden away in a Houhai hutong serves fine food in private dining rooms.

Jade Garden

Jade Garden offers Shanghai and Cantonese cuisine, including an extensive range of dim sum snacks.

Lu Lu

Part of a chain with branches in Shanghai and Hong Kong, Lu Lu's huge 300 seater restaurant in the Beijing's Central Business District offers authentic Shanghai dishes prepared with ingredients flown in daily from Shanghai.
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