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.
I am a chinese student studying at UCSD.I used to live in Beijing and still go back there often imn my opinion, if you speak chinese a bit. do not go here. restrautns like these are generally for tourists and the food served is not REAL chinese food. it tastes similair to Panda Inn food (a high class version of panda express) if you want REAL chinese food just stoop by any restrant on the side of the street and only then you can see what real chinese food is.
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It is OK to go one time, but next times are boring. Always same routine with the same show, and waitresses rushing people to get up to dance on the table. Better get people drunk otherwise atmophere is stiff. If you like to eat lot of meat - you may like the food. Not very spicy. I personally prefer spicy chinece or indian.
This place is a good break from the usual chinese food. It is very suitable for group or company dinner. Definately for tourist, whether American or not.
If you want a good night out without having to travel too much, this is your place. Drink, food, Show and Disco-all in one.
Afunti does have beautiful women and tasty food, but you can find prettier food and tastier women elsewhere..... and not at a tourist price. Try other Xinjiang restaurants for a more authentic feel. If you wanna go to a tourist restaurant, there's a few TGI Fridays restaurants about.
A fun place especially when you go with a group, colleagues, etc. Excellent food, fun and entertainment. The variety of show elements and the dance on the table afterwards. And not to forget the excellent food. JUST wonderful!
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