Catering to the nine-to-five work crowd, Coffee Cat is very busy during weekday lunch hours when city workers enjoy the Hong Kong specialties. A ... More
Catering to the nine-to-five work crowd, Coffee Cat is very busy during weekday lunch hours when city workers enjoy the Hong Kong specialties. A casual trendy coffeehouse with wooden trim and a forest green color scheme, it provides patrons with variety of magazines and newspapers. Cantonese favorites such as Fried Rice Noodle with Beef and Curry Chicken Rice are the majority fare. Western dishes and a handful of Japanese favorites are also offered. A breakfast menu includes Western and Chinese breakfast options.
Designed like courtyard houses, which were inhabited by the ancient Chinese, Beijing Courtel has an old style aura that makes
it refreshingly different from the plethora of 4 star hotels in Beijing city. The (court)yard hot(el) that it is, ...
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, ...
Holiday Inn Chang An West Beijing is located half a mile from West 4th Ring Road and Wu Ke Song
Subway Station and approximately 27 miles from Beijing Capital International Airport. This location is also four miles from Beijing ...