The cold is beginning to bite in Beijing. But don't let that stop you from heading out to try new food and drink in the capital this November. If anything, we'd say it's all the more reason to cosy up with a delicious new dish, tasty cocktail or whatever tickles your fancy.
L'OX by FLO is a wonderful new addition to the Beijing CBD. Guests will feel like they're in a 1920s Parisian diner with steaks, seafood and salads to die for. With live jazz every night from Wednesday to Sunday, you won't be short of entertainment at this classy venue.
Modernista, stalwart of Baochao Hutong, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Make sure to check out their special anniversary menu with an array of tasty Spanish dishes.
Meanwhile, everybody's favorite Mexican bar and grill Q MEX has opened its fifth location in Beijing. Located in Solana shopping mall, it's their largest place to date. Head their for the usual hearty Mexican dishes, as well as some new additions to the menu.
Whatever you decide to try this month, we hope you find something and somewhere to keep you warm as the notorious Beijing winter begins to take hold.
Head to CHAO Living Room in Sanlitun for authentic southern European cuisine. In the evening, guests will be treated to light jazz as they indulge in the carefully crafted cuisine.
CHAO’s updated menu includes seafood en croute, signature black truffle fries and sweet tiramisu.
Sun-Thurs, 6pm-10pm; Fri-Sat, 6pm-11pm, CHAO Living Room (first floor of CHAO Sanlitun Beijing).
Delicious steamed crab roe and pork xiaolongbao are now available at Din Tai Fung all year round!
Din Tai Fung is now able to get live freshwater crab at any time of the year from Yang Chenghu. Diners can enjoy steamed crab roe and pork xiaolongbao accompanied by shredded ginger and vinegar.
The new semi-buffet at George’s Restaurant is not only tasty, but also healthy!
Executive chef Ray Chen brings his 14 years of culinary experience to create an innovative new Mediterranean menu – perfect for those looking for a light lunch from Monday to Friday.
Available Mon-Fri, George’s Restaurant, Hotel Éclat.
The perfect place to get authentic French cuisine in the Beijing CBD!
Newly-opened L’OX by FLO features sumptuous dishes including steaks, salads, seafood and more – all paired with great wine, of course.
Diners can enjoy live jazz from Wednesday to Sunday, 7-9pm. And, if you guess the weight of your steak correctly, you can even have it for free.
L’OX by FLO (including live jazz every night Wed-Sun, 7-9pm).
One of Beijing’s most buzzing hutong locations is celebrating its tenth anniversary!
To celebrate, a new menu has been launched with an array of delectable Spanish dishes including mixed herb meatballs, mixed platter, Spanish seafood paella, seasoned deep-fried beef steak and more.
‘Drink Local’ is a new cocktail menu from Superfly with carefully-crafted drinks designed to give customers a taste of Beijing in the 80s and 90s.
Drinks like BERRY NICE are made with a combination of rum, mulberry, smoked plum, blueberry juice, blackcurrant liqueur and egg white.
Kudos to the legendary Han Meimei, leading character of middle school English textbooks for the 80s generation. The flavors of dark berries are carried throughout the BERRY NICE cocktail, pairing with the tropical sensation of rum to give you a balanced and smooth cocktail. The presentation may bring a bit of childhood nostalgia to you.
Superfly, The Opposite House.
Q MEX has opened its fifth Beijing location. And, it’s the biggest venue to date!
The outdoor seating, two floors, pool table and stunning mosaic stage are all accompanied by your favorite hearty Q MEX dishes. If you’re looking to try something new, you can indulge in BBQ pork ribs, truffle and Parma ham burger, Argentinian rib eye steak and more.
And of course, be sure to wash it down with a ROC cocktail or any other drink of your choice.
A special weekend brunch for all the family awaits at Daccapo – Italian. Inspired. Cuisine.
Smoked salmon carpaccio, seafood stew, lamb shank, truffle, mashed potato, fresh vegetables and more are all on the menu. Each dish is inspired by hearty Italian cooking.
Every Sat and Sun, 11.30am-2.30pm, RMB488 per person, Daccapo – Italian. Inspired. Cuisine., Regent Beijing.
Executive Italian Chef Diego Ottaviani has put together a carefully crafted degustation menu at Cepe.
Succulent dishes include scampi tatar with osetra caviar, dungeness crab salad, handmade cavatelli pasta with grilled cuttlefish ragout, blackmore M9 wagyu beef tenderloin and more. The option of wine pairing is available.
6-course set-menu, RMB1,488 per person (add RMB799 for wine pairing), Cepe, The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street.
Tea is the theme of the day at théATRE.
The menu includes seven cold tea-infused mocktails and six hot tea-infused mocktails; all alcohol-free and all using natural ingredients. The cold tea-infused mocktails are inspired by famous oil-paintings.
The new cakes at the Sanlitun branch are all tea-inspired. You can also find an exclusive dessert named RORO – the namesake of pet pig RORO, the inspiration behind porcelain manufacturer Rosenthal’s RORO collection.
[Cover image via Regent Beijing]