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This place offers a completely different atmosphere and set of cuisine from other restaurants we found in the hutongs, and in Beijing more generally. We sampled a tom yum with yak's meat, a dragon claw (fiddlehead ferns) salad, a delicious porcini mushroom and pepper dish,...More
This place is about as hidden as you can get for a great restaurant. If it it was in London or New York it would be in the trendiest area of the moment, there would be a queue system outside during lunchtime filled with hipsters...More
I lucked out while wandering through the perfectly safe "hutung" near the Regent Hotel, and saw the Trip Advisor sticker on the door. You are greeted by this huge standing "rabbit" and although there are only a few tables, a polite and courteous staff with...More
This little restaurant amidst the Hutongs was recommended to us by our hotel. It's relatively small and cosy with a unique/funky decor. The food just tasted amazing, especially the fish, the tofu and the flower salad. Most dishes are served in a funky way and...More
Very tucked away location in a hutung. Funky decor. I had food I never had before, such as pomegranate flower salad, jasmine fried rice and potate rice. Never would have expected such different experience.
A bit difficult to find down a narrow hutong, and in fact not that obvious from the outside even when you get to it. So do your homework before setting out, so that you find it successfully. It is certainly worth finding.
Eclectic modern décor...More
About five minutes walk from the subway, it is easy to find. This Chinese alley is a very good one, the surrounding environment is very good.
You can see a black restaurant, here it is. Very cool. Chinese flavor, you can find a lot of...More