Frasca’s menu sticks to Italian classics, all reinvented tastefully, from appetizers and pastas to more splurge-worthy mains.
by Valerie Osipov, 12 February 2020
Malabocca’s focus is classic malatang, just like the ones you can find in any given shopping mall in the city, but with attempts to refine the formula a bit.
by Curtis Dunn, 13 January 2020
Gou Gou Guo is a welcomed and affordable addition to the already hoppin’ Xingfucun neighborhood.
by Andrew Braun, 03 January 2020
The atmosphere at Shyno is sharp and clean, almost sterile, reminiscent of many hip Tokyo eateries.
by Curtis Dunn, 11 December 2019
Whipped up by chefs from China World Hotel, The Sweet Spot+ presents a fuss-free experience of balanced meals in a cheery atmosphere.
by That's Beijing, 07 December 2019
No a la carte orders here: Ling Long only offers five, six or seven courses, complete with wine pairings.
by Herlina Liu, 04 December 2019
The atmosphere in Turkish Feast is unique and lovely, the food equally so, and with just enough kitsch to help it stand out in Beijing’s crowded culinary scene.
by Curtis Dunn, 05 November 2019
Cravings to Longfu is dedicated to serving light and fresh Yunnan fare with subtle flavors that surprise the palate rather than overwhelm it.
by Valerie Osipov, 08 October 2019
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