Spanish Food, Guangdong Hotpot and More in Beijing This May

By That's Beijing, May 13, 2021

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New On the Menu is a regular feature that lists new menus and openings from top bars and restaurants. 

A whole host of new flavors have hit the capital in May!

BOBO MIA is serving up authentic Spanish dishes in trendy Sanlitun, while new dishes are also available at Guangdong hotpot restaurant Laowang. 

Meatless Mondays at Slow Boat are perfect for veggies, vegans and anyone who wants to do their bit for the planet. 

And if you want to feel some summer vibes, why not try out some hand-crafted cocktails at The Peninsula Beijing’s Yun Summer Lounge or at China World Summit Wing's Atmosphere Bar?

BOBO MIA

paella-.jpgAn authentic taste of Spain is coming soon to trendy Sanlitun! Enjoy paella, Callos Madrileña (a classic Spanish stew), crispy Torrijas (Spanish dessert) and other Spanish dishes crafted by award-winning chef Raúl Liu. As well as the tasty dishes, the unique interior design is something not to be missed. 

5:30-10pm, BOBO MIA.

China World Summit Wing Beijing

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Head to Atmosphere Bar and try some newly crafted cocktails. Selections include the locally-inspired Beijing Sour. Enjoy the bar’s relaxed atmosphere, perfect for a date or a night out with friends. 

Atmosphere Bar, China World Summit Wing

Commune By The Great Wall

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The Commune Kitchen cooks up a feast for visitors. Classic Chinese dishes such as Peking duck cooked in a wood-fired oven, wok-fried king prawns with chili, braised fresh-water fish head and more. Enjoy this sumptuous cuisine as you gaze upon the breath-taking scenery nearby the Shuiguan section of the Great Wall. 

The Commune Kitchen, Commune By The Great Wall. 

Conrad Beijing

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Until June 30 at Lu Yu Chinese Restaurant, guest chef and ‘master of Chinese cuisine’ Xiao Qinghe will craft authentic Huaiyang cuisine from Jiangsu province. Indulge in double boiled minced pork balls with shrimp roe, Yangzhou-style bok choy and more.

Available until June 30, RMB688 (set menu for four persons), Lu Yu Chinese Restaurant, Conrad Beijing.

Laowang Hotpot

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Cantonese-style hotpot has made its way to the capital. Be sure not to miss out on their new dishes including a chicken hotpot with a spicy pepper vine and pickle flavor. Laowang’s classic pepper pot will be sure to keep your taste buds on edge. 

Laowang. 

Las Musas

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Who says Wednesdays need to be hard? Hump Night at Las Musas is the best way to get through the middle of the week. In addition to buy-one-get-one-free on mezcal margaritas, Las Musas also has the Mamasan of the Haus of Lily as the hostess for the night. She’ll likely be lip-syncing to some of her favorite hits. 

Every Wednesday, Las Musas

New World Hotel Beijing

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Yin Bar terrace has the perfect Sunday lunch for you. Get a set menu and enjoy free-flow of Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Wine (with the option to upgrade to Mumm Cordon Rouge NV champagne). Located on floor 12 of the hotel, guests can get a stunning view of Beijing as they indulge in succulent dishes and exquisite beverages. 

Every Sunday, 11:30am-3pm, RMB888 (three-course set menu for two persons including T-bone steak); RMB1388 (three-course set menu for four persons including Tomahawk steak), all set menus come with free-flow Jacob's Creek Sparkling Wine (add RMB100 to upgrade to free-flow Mumm Cordon Rouge NV champagne), Yin Bar, New World Hotel Beijing

The Peninsula Beijing

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Get ready for summer by heading to Yun Summer Lounge. Sip delicious hand-crafted cocktails such as black tea gin fizz using black tea-infused gin, honey, fresh lemon and soda; yuzu tea, a Chinese-inspired fusion of jasmine-infused whisky, yuzu puree, elderflower and pineapple and more. 

Yun Summer Lounge, The Peninsula Hotel Beijing

Ritz-Carlton Beijing Financial Street

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Cèpe restaurant has new mouthwatering pasta dishes including lobster linguine with variety tomato sauce and tomato powder; guitar spaghetti with Hokkaido sea urchin cream and lemon zest; tagliatelle bolognaise with black-more Wagyu beef, pancetta, sautéed vegetables and aged parmesan; spaghetti with roasted bell peppers and dungeness as well as risotto with 24-month aged parmesan, spotted prawns and saffron-seafood reduction. 

Tuesday – Saturday, 11:30am-2:30pm (lunch service) & 5:30-8pm (dinner service), Cèpe, Ritz-Carlton Beijing Financial Street.

Rive Gauche

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Try chic French ‘bistronomy’ at Rive Gauche. The new six-course menu is crafted by executive chef Basil Yu. Recommended dishes include scampi and oyster & wagyu. 

Rive Gauche

Slow Boat

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Great news for veggies, vegans and all those who want to do their bit for the planet! Meatless Mondays at Slow Boat mean that all veggie salads and burgers are buy-one-get-one-free (with the purchase of any drink). Be sure to try the latest tasty burger from Beyond Meat; the kimchi cheeseburger includes a rich plant-based patty topped with a gooey vegetarian kimchi-cheese mix, kimchi aioli and lettuce on a brioche bun. 

Every Monday, Slowboat Sanlitun

Waldorf Astoria Beijing

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Enjoy a classic Cannelé French pastry gift box presented by Waldorf Astorial Beijing. Cannelé is a traditional pastry dish which dates back to sixteenth century Bordeaux. The crispy caramelized crust combined with the moist and fluffy interior makes it honeycomb-like.The pastries come in 8 assorted flavors to satisfy every.

RMB188 per box (9 pieces), Pâtisserie Couture, Waldorf Astoria Beijing.


[Cover image via Laowang Hotpot]

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