Housed in the China World Trade Center, this restaurant is known mainly for imperial-style Manchu and Han banquet cuisine. The restaurant is decorated ... More
Mei Wei Zhen Restaurant
Housed in the China World Trade Center, this restaurant is known mainly for imperial-style Manchu and Han banquet cuisine. The restaurant is decorated in traditional Chinese style, with hanging lanterns, hardwood furniture and traditional music, while the staff is resplendent in imperial costume. The specialty is the famous 'Buddha Jumps the Wall', which is made according to a recipe dating back nearly 150 years to the reign of Emperor Dao Guang of the Qing Dynasty. The sumptuous 'Manchu-Han Full Banquet' might give you a hint of what it was like to be an emperor. (CNY50 average cost for non-banquet meals).
Beijing Tian Tian Holiday Hotel is located right in the center of Beijing which makes it convenient for leisure and
business travelers alike. The rooms are furnished in modern decor and are fully equipped with a whole range of ...
This high quality restaurant, specializing in Chinese “home style” cooking, is one of the most popular and successful in Beijing,
and now has four branches in the central Jian Guo Men Wai area. After several expansions, there are plenty ...
Gong De Lin was established in 1922 as Beijing's first vegetarian restaurant. Its food is of the Buddhist "imitation flesh"
variety – using vegetables, mushrooms and tofu to construct dishes bearing an uncanny resemblance to their animal product namesakes, ...