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Beijing Qun Sheng Shi Jia Can Yin
This is the restaurant to push your boundaries.
A gorgeous view and modern European fare.
DaDong Yijing Cuisine
You can’t go wrong with the Peking duck.
Captures the spirit and cuisine of China's Yunnan province.
Duck de Chine
An upscale spot with a predominantly duck menu.
Opened in 1925 by former royal kitchen chefs.
Jing Yaa Tang
Celebrates the city’s signature cuisine and regional dishes.
Mr. Shi's Dumplings
Dozens of dumpling options that are prepared to order.
Pure Lotus Vegetarian
The veggie and mock-meat dishes will please even carnivores.
Temple Restaurant Beijing
A French-inspired menu honed by owner Ignace Lecleir.
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