Hua is a large restaurant with dining rooms both private and public on both sides of a hutong. The gardens are beautiful, service attentive and food was delicious, unusual and hot. I don't know if it was because we were guests of a 'special' friend of the restaurant but we were treated royally. We were given a tour of the restaurant on both sides of the hutong. Our room was a private room with seating for tea and then a table for dining and a private courtyard. We were treated to a delicious spicy fish that was chopped up in a broth of more red hot peppers than I could count. The Peking duck was good, we had sea cucumber, and about twelve other dishes including cream puffs made in the shape of swans. Our host supplied the wine. We were then taken to the courtyard where there is a show with changing faces, Chinese acrobats, etc. we walked by the restaurant a few weeks later and we probably would have walked right by it had we not known about it. There are so many restaurants on this street is is amazing. We have returned and the food was just as delicious the second time!
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