Beijing catering industry has a long history. In its long evolution history, it changes from the initial rice booths, small restaurants to a higher level of restaurants, contributing to the prosperity of this ancient city.
Lots of restaurants in Beijing were widely recognized in Ming Dynasty (A.D.1368-1644) and known all over the nation in the Qing Dynasty (A.D.1644-1911). Every restaurant has several well-known chefs and good food to attract customers.
Some of the restaurants in Beijing have developed into larger restaurants with a larger scale and a higher-grade type, whose symbol is the suffix "tang" added behind the name of the restaurant, such as Fushou Tang, Tianfu Tang. These restaurants are considered as paradises for gourmets who can taste a variety of Chinese food there. Here are several well-known restaurants for your reference.
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Located in the 14th Building, West Street, at the front door of Xuanwu District, Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant is the largest roast duck restaurant in the world, whose construction site had taken the instructions of Premier Zhou Enlai during his lifetime.Read More
After being tired of the heavy taste of Sichuan and Hunan cuisine, you will find that "light and refreshing" Hangzhou cuisine is so delicious there. All dishes are done exquisitely and also regarded as feasts to your eyes. Weever, rapped with paper, has white meat, scorching outside but tender inside. Stewed duck shows us the excellent skills of the cooks and has a mellow taste as well.Read More
Fulong Temple Snacks Street, located at East Four, is the gathering of old Beijing snacks, where you can eat all kinds of Beijing snacks which are diversified but not expensive at all.Read More
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