Red Capital Club
66 Dongsi Jiutiao
This magnificent restaurant is located in a hutong and will take you back to 1950s communist China; if Mao were still alive, you wouldn't be surprised to meet him here! This is the perfect spot to discover some delicious Imperial Chinese dishes, each of which is presented like a veritable work of art.
Li Qun Roast Duck Restaurant
11 Bei Xiang Feng
While in Beijing, visitors should make sure they get a taste of some authentic Peking duck, and the Li Qun Roast Duck Restaurant offers some of the best. Located on a narrow hutong alley, the restaurant features several romantic dining rooms that surround an interior courtyard. This is a popular spot with Beijing expats and tourists alike.
Dong Hua Men Night Market
Dong Hua Men
The Dong Hua Men Night Market will certainly linger in your memories of Beijing! Even if you don't come here to eat, it is well worth a visit. Adventurous gourmets can try the market's famous cricket brochettes, scorpions, baby birds or silkworms, among many other unique delicacies. Rest assured though, you'll also find some traditional rice and vegetarian dishes here. An inexpensive and certainly memorable experience!
This popular restaurant serves delicious, classic Italian fare. Another favourite spot with expats, it offers a quality wine list and tasty Italian coffee... as well as a tranquil haven away from the hubbub of the city.
This is one of Beijing's most renowned restaurants. Its elegant modern decor is adorned with Chinese works of art, and the menu's creative fusion cuisine offers a mix of Asian and Western culinary traditions.
Made in China
1 East Chang An Avenue
The Grand Hyatt Beijing hotel is home to the excellent Made in China restaurant. Specializing in Northern Chinese delicacies, Made in China is particularly famous for its Peking Duck and also offers a nice wine list.