This raucous Xinjiang (the Muslim/Uighur region in northwest China) restaurant attracts both local and foreign gourmands looking for hearty food and ... More
This raucous Xinjiang (the Muslim/Uighur region in northwest China) restaurant attracts both local and foreign gourmands looking for hearty food and heartier still entertainment. Even the classic Xinjiang dishes, such as roasted mutton joints, barbecued beef and meat kebabs struggle to prize diners' attention from the dazzling spectacle of central-Asian musicians and dancers. The belly dancers are particularly distracting. Most evenings end with everyone dancing on the heavy wooden tables to this mad musical accompaniment. The experience is unforgettable, but is very popular with large corporate groups, so be sure to book several days in advance.
This is a contemporary and stylish Hong Kong style eatery located in the Henderson Centre. This bustling restaurant consists of
a non smoking zone and a larger smoking area. Yellow booths and trendy metal tables and chairs add to ...
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 ...
Previously rated as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world by Conde Naste magazine, The CourtYard has a
heralded reputation in Beijing as a first class dining establishment. It is certainly designed to impress, making it ideal ...