The subtlety and zest of Vietnamese flavorings, the riot of taste and color that is Thai cuisine, and the infinite variety of spices from the ... More
Yi Lu House
The subtlety and zest of Vietnamese flavorings, the riot of taste and color that is Thai cuisine, and the infinite variety of spices from the Indonesian archipelagos seduce fans of Southeast Asian cooking in this charming little restaurant. The atmosphere is understated - lime walls, low lighting and a smattering of ethnic trinkets - but the food is superlative. A Chinese/English/picture menu, arranged by region, entices diners with offerings like Green Papaya Salad, Fried Crab with Curry Sauce, exquisite Spring Rolls and even Hainan Chicken from China's very own tropical island paradise.
This traditional outdoor courtyard restaurant serves up a wide range of regional Chinese cuisine in beautiful and relaxed surroundings. Popular
with foreigners, it offers them a chance to experience the versatility of Chinese food: Sichuanese, Northeastern, Shanghainese and Cantonese ...
Diners can sample dozens of dishes at this restaurant located in the Chinese Cultural Plaza. Dim sum is served at
lunchtime, while dinner offers a buffet of shabu shabu (cook it yourself Japanese) and Chinese favorites. Dishes range from ...
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, ...