Best Cuisine in Beijing, China What to eat & Where to eat

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Beijing is little China not only politically, but also culturally and when it comes to relishing the world-famous Chinese food. Welcome to the capital of the People’s Republic of China where you can savor oodles of noodles from their original makers along with a number of traditional and non-traditional Chinese delights. Among the many wonderful features of China, cuisine is something that gives it a unique identity in the world. Though it is possible to find a restaurant serving Chinese delicacies in your own country, you are not likely to feel the same taste, texture and tang that you might experience at a restaurant in China. This is what distinguishes the restaurants here from those found elsewhere in the world. Even in China, cuisine varies tremendously from region to region. So does the experience you get here. However, you can expect to find a good selection of best culinary experiences in Beijing right away. This entails people can easily book flights to Beijing and try as many food items as they can, not even sparing the street food. There seems to be just one problem – you would get noodle-slurping stains all over your T-shirt if you are not comfortable with chopsticks. The solution – pack only dark-colored tops. Take care not to be clad in white while enjoying Chinese food. If you are thinking of asking for a knife and fork in a restaurant here – forget it. Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat

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What to Eat in Beijing Beijing – the culinary capital of China – has to offer a wide range of authentic dishes – and not just mouth-watering noodles. Contrary to popular belief, the restaurants here can cater to vegetarians as well. The cultural diversity of Beijing can be seen in the varieties of food it has to offer – traditional vegetarian and non-vegetarian Chinese, Western, fast food, sea food, Muslim cuisine, and an array of Asian flavors – Japanese, Korean, Thai and Indian. Below are listed a selection of popular delicacies that have become a cultural identity for the local Chinese. • Peking Duck: Probably the most famous food item in the city, it has now become a national dish in China. Also known as Beijing Duck, it is characterized with the thin and crisp skin, rich taste and a long history. The epicureans seem to find it specially tasty and palatable in spring, winter and autumn, although the restaurants here can serve it in every season. Locals prefer to eat it with pancakes, sweet bean sauce and scallion. Quanjude and Bianyifang are two notable restaurants and best foods in Beijing where you can have the authentic taste of Peking Duck. • Zhajiangmian: Made from thick wheat noodles, Zhajiangmian necessarily includes pork and fermented soybean paste to create a flavor that is unique in this part of China. It is basically the soybean paste, also known as zhajiang, stir-fried with ground pork that gives the unique taste and flavor of this very popular dish in Beijing. Vegetable pieces can also be added according to the season. Locals like to slurp hot Zhajiangmian in winter while in summer it is eaten cold. Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat

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• Imperial Court Food: Served by Fangshan Restaurant in Beihai Park and Ting Li Ting in the Summer Palace, the Imperial Court Food refers to the food prepared for the Chinese emperors. Now enjoyed by all of the country’s people, it is characterized by complex preparation techniques, fresh ingredients and beautiful presentation. It looks great and appetizing with colorful vegetable carvings. • Hot Pot: Originated in Mongolia, Hop Pot has become a staple food in most of the country, What to eat in Beijing , especially in Beijing. Generally eaten in winter, it consists of almost anything from thinly sliced meat to fresh vegetables, to bean thread noodles. It is rather a cooking technique, allowing you to prepare your own food in bubbling broth, and enjoy it with a very spicy sauce. Visitors must not forget to taste it even if it is summer. One of the most popular restaurants serving Hot Pot is Dong Lai Shun. Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat

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• Laobing: Here is something for vegetarians! Laobing refers to a type of Chinese pancake made by frying a rolled and layered, unleavened dough consisting of salt, flour and water. It is generally the size of a large pizza and is usually cut into slices when served. Sometimes, it is stir-fried with vegetables to make Chaobing, which refers to stir-fried Chinese pancakes. Where to Eat in Beijing Wonder where you can taste all that have been mentioned above? Here are a few of the popular places to check when you want to satiate yourself with the savory Chinese cuisine. • Bianyifang: Known as the oldest Peking Duck restaurant in Beijing, Bianyifang might be your first destination to savor the exotic taste of China. The restaurant has been in existence since 1416, either in one form or the other. Today, it is better known as Xianyukou Bianyifang, serving you Spanish and French Style Duck Liver as well besides its most popular dish . Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat

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• Quanjude: Check the culinary heritage of this century-old establishment. A rival of Bianyifang, Quanjude has to offer its very own Peking Roast Duck, which is also trademarked in China. Several branches operate in Beijing, serving a large number of locals and tourists with a wide variety of roasted ducks and other dishes. Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat

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• Dong Lai Shun : Hot Pot lovers in China know one name – Dong Lai Shun – which has specialized in thinly sliced mutton hot pot. Boiled in distinctive copper pots over white-hot charcoal, the broth gets so deliciously thick that you don’t need to add anything extra. Serving since 1903, Dong Lai Shun now has several branches in the city, serving lamb as well as besides mutton hot pot. Visit - http://www.hoodaki.com/blog/index.php/best-cuisine-in-beijing-china-what-to-eat-where-to-eat The above are some of the really popular restaurants in Beijing. Can you add more to the list?

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