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Beijing cuisine has salty and rich flavors. Pork and mutton have been represented in Beijing cuisine since the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasty especially as a result of the dietetic influence of the Mongol and Manchus.
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As the Chinese capital city for centuries, its cuisine has been influenced by culinary traditions from all over China. (wikipedia)
There are many reasons I liked Beijing (you can see what we did in Beijing here), but one of those was the food. (curated by Hannah）
If you come home from your trip and didn’t have an amazing culinary experience, you’re doing China wrong. （adventuresaroundasia.com）
Centuries went by and the regional Chinese, Manchurian, Mongol and Muslim cuisines boiled together to produce what's now known and loved as traditional Beijing cooking. (gpsmycity.com)
Combined with its surprisingly fair representation of the country's diverse regional cuisines, Beijing offers a broad spectrum of Chinese food not easily found elsewhere. (eater.com)
Top 12 Foods in Beijing you may try
Beijing’s cuisine has been influenced by various regional culinary traditions, resulting in a unique and vibrant food scene.
Read Beijing Restaurant Reviews
by traveler reviews, recommendations, and candid photos for numerous Beijing restaurants at TripAdvisor.
Directory Listings for Restaurants
a complete list by thebeijinger.com.
One of the highlights about Wangfujing Street is Wangfujing Snack Street (王府井小吃街）which is set on a narrow alley off the main walking street. Now just follow me to have a glimpse of Wangfujing Snack Street. (tour-beijing.com)
Stretching a total of 1,422 meters all the way from Beixinqiao Station across to Dongzhimen Station this popular food street seems to have very little to do with ghosts. (the Beijinger.com).
Situated close to Xuanwu in Xicheng District, 牛街 Niú Jiē (literally Ox Street) has been host to modern day Beijing's largest enclave of Chinese Muslims since the Liao Dynasty (907-1125), . (the Beijinger.com).
Located between Tienanman Square and the Temple of Heaven the Qianmen area is known for the many restaurants and small booths. (Travelchinaguide.com)
The 600-meter Guguosi Jie is a street full of life – street-front stores, butcher’s, groceries, eateries, snack restaurants, hotels, theatre, and old hutong courtyards, a lively authentic daily common life in Beijing. (tour-beijing.com)
Beijing tea houses are full of character and provide a traditional Chinese tea experience.
10 Best Beijing Teahouses (curated by travelchinaguide.com)
The Lao She Teahouse on West Qianmen Street in Beijing is named for the famous folk artist Lao She
Zhang Yiyuan Tianqiao Teahouse
This teahouse operated by a famous brand of tea sellers features cross-talk performances.
Beijing is not lacking in traditional copper hot pot restaurants.
Top 5 Hot Pot Places In Beijing · Dong Lai Shun · Long Shun Yuan Spicy Hot Pot · HaiDiLao · Man Fu Lou.
A complete list with reviews curated by tripadvisor.
Dong Lai Shun Restaurant
It is an old-brand restaurant chain in Beijing, with a history of hundreds of years.
Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or just searching for plant-based dining options, it's nice to have personal recommendations. (happycow.net）
There are vegetarian options at most restaurants in Beijing and if you have never tried the Buddhist pure vegetarian restaurants, you are in for a treat. （healthandsafetyinbeijing.com）
Vegan information offered by (foursquare.com)
Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan, or just trying to cut down on your consumption of animal products, Beijing has something for you. (thebeijinger.com)
One of the most symbolic dishes of Chinese Cuisine, Peking Duck is a delicacy named after the city where it was invented several hundred years ago. (redhousespice.com)
Beijing Roast Duck, also known as Peking Duck is a delicious way to prepare roast duck.(curiouscuisiniere.com)
The 15 Best Places for Duck in Beijing curated by foursquare.com.
Da Dong Roast Duck is a must-visit restaurant in Beijing, well noted for its delicious Beijing duck and refined Chinese cuisine.
This duck restaurant is popular among locals and tourists (thebeijinger.com)
Beijing Quanjude is Beijing’s oldest roast duck restaurant, being founded in the year 1864. That is over 150 years ago. (anielfooddiary.com)
Recommended Peking Duck Restaurant In Beijing, Near Forbidden City.( foursquare.com）
Add：45 Wangfujing Ave, Wangfujing, Dongcheng, Beijing, （tripadvisor）
Bian Yi Fang Roast Duck Restaurant was 1855 -- nine years before Quanjude. At Bianyifang, roasting is done in an enclosed container heated with crop stalks as the fuel. The roasted duck here is crisp, delicious with reasonable prices. Bian Yi Fang Roast Duck Restaurant is a Chinese restaurant, now becoming a part of Beijing Hademen Hotel Group.
After years of development, we can still find the bygone cuisine in Beijing's restaurants (visitbeijing.com.cn)
Beijing’s oldest imperial restaurant, located inside Behai Park, features the favorite nibbles of the Dowager Empress Cixi, waitresses dressed like Manchurian courtesans and an opulent setting befitting its historical surroundings. （thebeijinger.com）
It is a small restaurant in a small alley, but the reputation is very big! (trip.com)
Tanjia Cuisine was created in the late Qing Dynasy by the high-ranking civil servant Tan Zongjun.
Bai Jia Da Yuan has it all - architecture, ambience, great service and fantastic fine dining cuisine ( trip.com)