Open Hours: Lunch: 11a-2.30p daily. Dinner: 5p-11p daily.
This high quality restaurant, specializing in Chinese “home-style” cooking, is one of the most popular and successful in Beijing, and now ... More
Xiao Wang's Home Restaurant
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 of tables. Choose from romantic dinner-for-two specials to banquet arrangements or the rooftop area for summer evenings. The Chinese/English menu offers a wide selection of the dishes common in Beijing's restaurants. However the quality here is exceptional, especially in this price range. There is an excellent menu of hot and cold dishes, and some of the best Beijing roast duck in town.
This is now and always has been the restaurant to go to if you are new to China or if you want solid Chinese "classics" - Kung pao chicken, ants on a log, mapu tofu, etc. Service is normally in English and the decor is more upscale (and heated / AC) than a normal roadside Chinese restaurant. Prices are a bit higher but you are being treated differently. The restaurant inside Ritan Park is the best of the two Beijing locations.
I've only had take out from this place but the food is fantastic and the price is very reasonable. I would highly recommend eating here as the quality surpasses most Chinese restaurants in the Beijing area.
Of the three Xiao Wang homeresturants in Beijing I prefer the one in Ritan Park. The menu is rich and it tasts excellent. The one in Guang Hua Lu has the same menu, and the prices are lower, but the atmospher is not as good. Specially in the summer the one in Ritan Park is very nice when you can have a table on the roof, with wiew to the park.
The one in Qian HaiBei Yan has a good location and atmospher, but the menu is poor and the prices are the same as in Ritan Park.
This little side street restaurant in the embassy district didn't look like much until we looked inside and saw the expression of the many patrons enjoying their delicious meals. Though referenced in several guidebooks there were actually more locals eating the 3 times I dined there (always a good sign!). Outdoor patio had a nicer ambiance while the indoor was pleasant if a bit spartan.
The Peking duck was succulent well prepared and came with the requisite sides and sauces without an additional charge. Mainstays like lemon chicken or stir-fried shrimp were fresh and delicious. The sauteed asparagus was a great side.
Greaat prices, too. Peking Duck an additional main , veg and 2 large Tsingtaos cost $12 USD. Good local wine list
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