Beijing Fang Shan Restaurant offers exquisite food from former Chinese dynasties, set in Bei Hai Park, once an imperial garden. Waitresses in period ... More
Beijing Fangshan Restaurant
Beijing Fang Shan Restaurant offers exquisite food from former Chinese dynasties, set in Bei Hai Park, once an imperial garden. Waitresses in period garb lead you to the main dining room, which is splendid, with high painted ceilings and traditional Chinese art. Here is your chance to eat camel's paw, deer tendon or real turtle soup. Alternatively, there are menus that allow your party to eat the emperor's supper without straying too far from your familiar culinary range. Flavors are light, well balanced and interesting, and after 14 courses you will feel exceedingly well nourished.
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