While most foreign travelers associate Tianjin with lip smacking seafood cuisine, locals go wacky for dumplings, or as they call them baozis. All it ... More
While most foreign travelers associate Tianjin with lip smacking seafood cuisine, locals go wacky for dumplings, or as they call them baozis. All it takes is one visit to this busy restaurant to understand why these dumplings are so popular. Even George Bush Sr. has raved about these Tianjin treats. Most come stuffed with pork, but this restaurant offers 20 varieties to choose from, including veggie and chicken. The setting is extremely casual and the prices wonderfully affordable.
Depending on personal taste, this collection of stores and stalls is viewed either as a fiendish tourist trap, or as
Tianjin's superstar attraction. False red and green painted wooden storefronts capped by elaborate pagoda styled tiled roofs canyon the ...
This hotel's claim to fame is that it resides in the shadow of China's largest television tower. Once you get
past the luxurious lobby bedecked in fancy chandeliers, and the exceptionally modern conference facilities, the guest rooms are pretty ...
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 ...