While visiting my brother in Montreal we wanted to meet my niece in Chinatown for lunch and looked for a convenient restaurant with only small step up as my brother used a cane. Found the Beijing restaurant and wasn't disappointed. Parking is very expensive in the Chinatown area so better to get there by metro. We arrived at 11:45am on a Friday and was seated promptly. It was not fancy but very clean. It became very busy by 12:30pm as the lunch crowd arrived. The menu has a good variety and very inexpensive. We choose chicken, beef and shrimp dishes that included spring roll, rice, wonton soup and meat choices all for about $7 per person. Food was very good however we felt obligated to leave as people were waiting. If you want a quick lunch this is great.
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