One the oldest and best-known foreigner hangouts in Beijing, Shiller's 1 has good food and service at reasonable prices. This place is packed with ... More
One the oldest and best-known foreigner hangouts in Beijing, Shiller's 1 has good food and service at reasonable prices. This place is packed with both expatriate and Chinese workers during the week. Happy hour is 5-7 every evening. Tiny but cozy and comfortable, the clientele give it an international quality seldom found in Beijing. The food is great: pub grub such as chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks and samosas can be ordered. Salads, steaks, burgers and schnitzel too. Wash everything down with the Beijing Draft.
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