The Crib: We Ate Our Way Through Beijing's Trendy New Food Hall

By Noelle Mateer, February 13, 2017

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What does a food court look like in 2017? Noelle Mateer and Holly Li visit the trendy new food hall The Crib to find out, then sample some of the space's most exciting bites.

Mongolian Lamb Brisket Chuan’r


Mengba Warriors / RMB6 each

Cheese Platter

Le Fromager de Pekin / RMB80

Jianbing with Australian Steak

Classic Snack / RMB28

Donkey Burger

Limin Huoshao / RMB10

Pumpkin Grand Marnier Gelato

Vivi Dolce / RMB35

‘Mangoconut’ Smoothie Bowl

Nooxo / RMB40

‘In-N-Out’ Beef Sliders

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100 Flowers Hidden Deep IPA

Peiping Machine (available at beer taps upstairs) / RMB45

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