Golden Fork Restaurant Awards 2015 - Voting Now Open!

By That's Beijing, November 4, 2015

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If there's one thing that unites us all in Beijing, it's an abiding love for stuffing our faces, instigating food porn jealousy on WeChat and Instagram, and of course, arguing about the best place in town to get pizza/dim sum/brunch/roast duck.

Now's your chance to really start a food fight by choosing your top picks for eating in the city.

This year, you have two ways to vote in That's Beijing's Golden Fork Restaurant Awards: online and via our daily WeChat vote.

Vote online

Our voting site is open at so log on now and have your say. Voting closes at 11:59pm on November 30 and winners will be announced at our exclusive awards ceremony on Thursday 10 December.

201511/abc.jpgClick the image above to get to the voting site

Vote on WeChat

Throughout the month of November, we'll be doing daily WeChat votes for all 36 categories. Message "GOLDENFORK" to our WeChat account and we'll send you a full list of when we will release each poll.

You will only have 24 hours to vote for each category – so act fast!

Add Thats_Beijing on WeChat or scan the QR code below:


I missed the deadline for the WeChat vote!

Missed the deadline to vote via WeChat? Visit, where the polls are open 24/7!

I can’t see my favorite on the list!

Don't see your favorite on the WeChat daily vote? Message our account "Best [Category]: [Your Choice]" and we'll count it as a write-in vote. One write-in vote per user only. Submissions sent after 12pm the day after the daily vote will not be considered.

I want to come to the awards ceremony and official after party! 

Want to mingle with the stars of Beijing's F&B world at the awards ceremony on Thursday 10 December? By voting you'll automatically be entered in for a chance to win tickets. For ticket inquiries call 84477603 or email Or you can simply add Thats_Beijing on WeChat and send the message "TICKETS" to our account to purchase your tickets now.

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