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This was a first visit for us and won’t be our last! We tried many dishes and loved them all! Spicy, sweet and memorable! We paired the meal with a flower tea and the homemade fermented rice milk. Wonderful time out in Beijing!
After eating some just ok food, eating at Little Yunnan was such a pleasure that we ate here twice. The restaurant is in a handy location near the National Art Gallery.
We tried a variety of dishes, but the stand out for me was the...More
The food was good. However the waitress didn’t understand that we wanted her to bring the dishes together so that we could share, and brought them one after the other. Then suddenly there wasn’t any service personal anymore, 2 were hidden behind the counter looking...More
Really nice ‘little’ place, in a traditional old Beijing building, bringing the tastes of yunnan to the city.
The food was brilliant (we had a beef/potato curry) and lemongrass chicken with spring rolls / rice / greens on the side. All excellent.
Local Yunnan beer...More
Found this gem late at night after a busy day visiting the Great Wall and going to the acrobatics show! Very grateful to find it open late at night!
Food was so amazing we came back for lunch the next day. Highlights were the pork...More
Located in a quiet tree-lined lane opposite just off the crazy traffic on the main roads of Beijing is this little charming restaurant in a hutong. Each dish was delicious. Standout was the bbq pork ribs. The home-made Yunan rice wine is guaranteed to please.
We enjoyed a wonderful meal here having reserved a table via email. There is plenty of choice on the menu which is easy to understand. It’s a bit tricky to know how much to order but we just about got it right as the portions...More
If you like Thai style and spicy foods, this place is for you. Delicious food with unusual flavors (lots of chinese peppercorns) and huge portions. This place has their own brewed beer. Filled with foreigners yet food is very authentic. Must try Yunnan cuisine while...More