No.6 Building, Haichen Road Longgang District, Huludao, CN, 125001
- Phone: (86) 429 5563333
- Fax: (86) 429 5563336x
Located in the The Peninsula connecting the lobby, Jing restaurant is modern with Asian themes. With a beautiful combination of red curtains and candles and an open kitchen, the place offers a warm, cozy and relaxed atmosphere. 'Butternut and Pumpkin Soup', 'Confit Salmon with Couscous and Tomato Vierge Sauce' and 'Citrus-scented Spa Cheesecake with Orange Macadamia Nut Brittle' are some of the specialties. Following the 'Naturally Peninsula' concept, the restaurant provides healthy and unique dishes in different flavors.
Located in the The Peninsula, Huang Ting resembles a beautiful courtyard house like that in Qing Dynasty, made of gray brick walls and pine floors. The restaurant offers authentic Cantonese cuisine with dishes like whole Peking duck and roast suckling pig. The ambiance is very warm and relaxing with Chinese instruments playing in the background. The venue is very popular for business and well as social functions and is famous for its original Cantonese delicacies and excellent service.
Known as one of the world's most exciting restaurants, the CourtYard is a dining experience you'll never forget! This magnificent restaurant features classic Asian architecture with a hint of Western design elements. There is something for everyone with a wine lists that boasts over 600 selections from across the globe. The superb menu will delight your taste buds with dishes such as, Charred Rougie Foie Gras, Char-Grilled Wagyu Flatiron Steak. Save room for desert and try their freshly made sorbets and ice creams. After dinner sip a cocktail down in the lower level CourtYard Gallery Lounge where you'll find an impressive array of contemporary Chinese art pieces. There is also a private room located upstairs that patrons can book for special events, with stunning views of the Forbidden City. Do call ahead for reservations as this is an extremely sought after restaurant!
If you are looking for a nice little place, to have a hearty meal, come to Cuihua Lou Restaurant. Located in the Dong Cheng district, it serves delicacies from a cuisine, native to the Yuan Dynasty which is the Shandong Cuisine. Though the Shandong food is rather bland and consists of rice variants, the restaurant will prove that bland is good not just for the health but also to the taste buds. So go ahead and enjoy a different dinning experience!
Located in the glorious Raffles' Beijing Hotel, Jaan is a decadent and absolutely lovely place in which to dine. Situated in what was once a ballroom the dining room features tall windows, elaborate chandeliers, and a grand piano. The feel is truly one of class, and the enticing French menu, with its innovative and contemporary dishes, only enhances what is sure to be a truly rewarding dining experience. Try their Grilled Lobster in a Vanilla Bouillon or really get a sense of the chef's take on fusion with the Carmelized Foie Gras Terrine which is seasoned with Szechuan pepper. You will not be disappointed.
Whether you need some grub quick and are on the run or in for a relaxed meal, either way you are going to have an unforgettable experience here. Xin Qiao San Bao Le is a restaurant that can present to you a variety of dishes in a jiffy. Located in Hotel Novotel Xin Qiao, the cuisine here is authentic Japanese. Pork cutlet curry and curry rice, yakitori and sukiyaki beef pot are mouthwatering. Fresh sashimi and sushi make you relish every bite of that yummy fare. We bet, you'll be back for more!
Housed in a trendy glass structure in the prestigious Ch’ien Men 23 complex, Shiro Matsu is a luxury eatery serving high quality Japanese cuisine such as teppanyaki grilled meats and seafood, sushi rolls, sashimi, salads and a wide range of main dishes. The restaurant décor is extremely classy and sleek, with bamboo-lined walls and ceiling, glass floor and romantic candle light. Shiro Matsu has a long open sushi bar allowing diners to watch Japanese chef Kazuaki Yakuwa and his team in action. A 10% service charge is added to all dishes. -Jennifer Pooley
Get the taste of authentic French cuisine in Beijing. Chef Daniel Boulud, renowned worldwide for his culinary skills offers a fine dining experience in Maison Boulud located in Legation Quarter. The restaurant looks like a Parisian palace with 1930s inspired furniture. There is a separate lounge and bar area for those who wish to relax with a few cocktails and appetizers. The menu is prepared using a blend of traditional French methods and local Chinese flavors giving you an unforgettable taste.
Located in the Legation Quarter, Ristorante Sadler offers you an authentic taste of Italy. Chef Claudio Sadler, in this historic landmark building provides a warm and comfortable dining environment. The menu is prepared by using the local ingredients of Italy, specially imported for the same. 'Crusted lamb chops', 'Mint and Fingerling potatoes' and 'Warm Octopus salad with beans' should definitely feature on your must try list. There is an impressive selection of wines to choose from as well. Ice creams and sorbet are a perfect choice to end the meal.
The Meat & Wine Co. is located in the prestigious Qian Men 23 complex a stone’s throw from Tiananmen Square. As its name suggests, the restaurant specializes in prime cuts of high quality beef, complemented by a wide range of outstanding wines. It is also famous for its innovative glass ‘wine tunnel’, made from red glass, which connects the entrance, restaurant and bar areas. The Meat & Wine Co. offers an a la carte dinner menu, and 3-course set-price lunch and Sunday brunch menus.
Gong De Lin was established in 1922 as Beijing's first vegetarian restaurant. Its food is of the Buddhist "fake meat" variety – using vegetables, mushrooms and tofu to construct dishes bearing an uncanny resemblance to their animal product namesakes, but completely without meat. The shrimp balls, for example, taste astoundingly real. The "short chicken with crisp skin" (a more expensive dish) is delicious. The finest dish is the silken pineapple: delicately battered, then caramelized and served very hot. The main dining hall is downstairs, with three private themed dining rooms occupying the upper level. Beer, wine and spirits are available.
Liqun Roast Duck is a small restaurant known for its famous duck. The best way to eat the succulent and crispy duck is to use a thin pancake and add duck, vegetables and plum sauce. You wrap it all up and enjoy. The restaurant is decorated with pictures of famous people who have sampled the duck, from Al Gore to Jet Li. The restaurant is often crowded, but it's worth the wait.