Open Hours: Lunch: 11:30a-2p daily; Dinner: 5:30p-10p daily
Enjoy fare from an authentic Italian kitchen, including homemade pasta and sauces that you can combine according to your own taste. A longtime ... More
Enjoy fare from an authentic Italian kitchen, including homemade pasta and sauces that you can combine according to your own taste. A longtime favorite of expatriates, this unpretentious restaurant has a nice terrace suitable for dining during the spring and summer seasons. The atmosphere is quiet, with soft background music, excellent service and English-speaking staff. Starters include tomato and mozzarella cheese with basil, as well as crostini, carpaccio and minestrone soup. For big eaters there is a selection of beef, fish and rabbit as well. Wash it all down with a bottle from the excellent wine list.
Fresh fettuccine and ravioli. Good selection of wine by the glass. Nice restrained cozy atmosphere. What's not to like?
We did not try any of their main dishes but the pasta and warm starters were exceptional for Beijing.
Definitely worth trying.
What a surprise. Discrete, low key, yet truly fantastic Italian cuisine in Beijing. Good enough to export to Italy. Friendly and discrete service with excellent presentation, wine and tableware. The decore is not Italian, sort of "clean neutral European", with wood panels and liquours on shelves, but this does not detract. It is not often I hear a Chinese maitre D ask if the condements are in order... Seek it out, for a break from Chinese dining. Highly recommended.
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