艺术北京· 当代艺术博览会 2012.4.29-5.2
Beijing Palace -- With red chairs and traditional Chinese music, Beijing palace is quite an elegant place. Try the calorie-laden but succulent steamed pork belly with rice powder (mi fen rou), yello-cooked shark‘s fin, abalone or meat dishes. Perfect for a little emperor or two.
Add : 130 Chaoyangmen Neidajie,Dongsishitiao
Tel : 010-65236320
South Silk Road -- Arty, minimalist and hip, it‘s hard not to feel a bit like a bon vivant here, eating fashionably small portions of flavorful, spicy, Yunnan cuisine. Try the tree bark—yes, tree bark—salad with its delectable dressing. The food is a joy to look at and eat. Perfect for the adventurous and hip set.
Add : 3/F, SOHO Tower, 88 Jianguo Lu,CBD/Guomao
Tel : 010- 66155515
La Case 798 Restaurant --
Add : Dashanzi798 ArtDistrict, 4jiuxianqiaoRoad, ChaoyangDistrict, Beijing
Tel : 010-59789019
South Beauty -- This growing chain caters to a young crowd who recline on the white and beige leather banquettes. Others opt for the private dining rooms separated by glass walls. The most popular dish is the stone grilled beef, with its moist meat slices cooked tableside in hot oil over stones, with a fiery sauce of chilies, garlic, cilantro and peanuts on the side. Perfect for sophisticated Sichuan.
LAN Lounge&Restaurant -- French designer Philippe Starck has dolloped the Twin Towers with glamor, making eye candy the real main course at this seen-and-be-seen restaurant and club, where some of China‘s top stars go to dine, imbibe and party. The restaurant serves some of Beijing‘s most delectable contemporary cuisine, and the club‘s cocktails are actually worthy of their high price tags.
Add : 4/F Twin Tower, B12 Jianguomen Waidajie,CBD/Guomao
Tel : 010-51096012/13
San Ge Guizhouren -- Southern China‘s Guizhou Province is one of the country‘s poorest regions, which lends a certain irony to this restaurant‘s hip minimalist setting and rich artist clientele. The menu offers a stylish take on the province‘s Miao minority food with dishes that tend to be spicy, colorful, and slightly rough. Both table-top hot pots -- the Miao-style peppermint lamb and the cilantro-heavy dry beef -- are highly recommended, as is the flavorsome but fattyjueba chao larou(bacon stir-fried with brake leaves).Note:Items listed on the menu as "vegetarian" are not.
Add : Guanghua Xi Lu 3
Tel : 010-65074761
Tian Xia Yan -- It‘s private dish, and has full of 798 art atmosphere. TIANXIAYAN serves excellent Sichuan food, most of which you can‘t get elsewhere. They provide you their special tea and menu, then you will enter chuan‘s world. It‘s hot, so you‘d better order some cold water.
Add : Chaouang dist. DaShanZi, 798 factory
Tel : 010-64323577
Hard Rock Café -- The Beijing branch of this global t-shirt factory of a restaurant is a solid choice for traditional American fare. The venue comes complete with live band performances (in English), a guitar-shaped bar and its famed classic rock memorabilia.
Add : Landmark Hotel, 8 Dongsanhuan Beilu,Sanlitun
Tel : 010-65906688-2571
Le Quai -- Housed in one of the most stunning buildings in Beijing, this chic venue offers modern Anhui and Sichuan cuisine, creative cocktails and a view of the Gongti pond. The creatively presented (although somewhat pricey) food doesn‘t live up to the restaurant‘s gorgeous interior. Nonetheless, still a good place to impress visiting guests. This restaurant is also part of the Italian slow food movement supporting organic produce.
Add : Inside the Worker‘s Stadium complex,Gongti (Near East gate of the stadium)
Tel : 010-65511636
Yue Lu Mountain Dinning Place -- The old wooden shelf with a full load of books is actually a wall. The restaurant serves over 80 types of dishes of Hunan cuisine. Fish head cooked with chopped cayenne, fish head cooked with soy sauce and cayenne, sliced little turtle, taro rice.
Add : A19 Qianhaixiyan, Shichahai,Houhai
Tel : 010-66172696