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Beijing cuisine is also formally known as Mandarin cuisine. Since Beijing has been the Chinese capital city for centuries, its cuisine has been influenced by culinary traditions from all over China. "The Emperor's Beijing cuisine is also formally known as Mandarin cuisine. Since Beijing has been the Chinese capital city for centuries, its cuisine has been influenced by culinary traditions from all over China. "The Emperor's Kitchen" was a term referring to the cooking places inside of the Forbidden City, Beijing where thousands of cooks from the different parts of China showed their best cooking skills to please royal families and officials. Famous foods include Peking Duck, Dumplings and Court Cuisine

Quan Ju De

Quan Ju De is probably the best-known of all the Peking Duck restaurants, this place has served emperors and kings - well, a lot of famous politicians. Pay around 200 RMB for your treat. Also has a Haidian branch.
Outlets: Houhai, Wangfujing/Dongdan, Andingmen,

Houhai area
57 Di'anmen Xidajie, Xicheng District
Phone 6612 8557, 6617 1570
Hours Daily 10.30am-9.30pm
Parking Parking available
Payment Methods All Chinese and foreign credit cards accepted
Wangfujing/Dongdan area
9 Shuaifuyuan Hutong, Wangfujing Dajie, Dongcheng District
Phone 6525 3310
Hours Daily 11am-2pm, 4.30-9pm
Parking Parking available
Smoke Free/Smoking Sections No Smoking sections
Payment Methods All Chinese and foreign credit cards accepted
Andingmen area
Three traffic lights north of Beichen Shopping Mall, Chaoyang District
Phone 6480 1686
Hours Daily 11am-9pm
Parking Parking available
Smoke Free/Smoking Sections No Smoking sections
Payment Methods All Chinese and foreign credit cards accepted
 

Beijing Court Cuisine, as the name suggests, consists of dishes once prepared excl- usively for the imperial family. Every dynasty in Chinese history had an "imperi- al Kitchen " to prepare meals for the emperor and his consorts. The dishes were not only meticulously prepared, but also included rare and expensive fo-odstuffs, such as bear's paws, bird' nests, sharksfins, venison, sea cucumber, duck webs and other delicacies of land and sea. The Court Cuisine of today is based on the dishes prepared by the Qing imprial kitchens but further develop ever since.

There are several restaurants in Beijing where it is available: The " Fangshan" (Imitation Imperial) Restaurant in Beihai Park, and the Pavilion for listening to Orioles Restaurant in the summer Palace and some other restaurants featuring the Court Cuisine.


Dumpling in China is also called Jiaozi which is a traditional dish in Chinese New Year's Eve, other festivals and daily life. Eating dumpling has a lot of meaning in China. Most often it means happiness and reunion. Popular fillings of dumpling include vegetables, meat, mixtures of pork and vegetables, eggs, beef, lamb, chicken and shrimp etc. There are lot of dumpling restaurants in Beijing featured by different fillings, flavors and dumpling making styles.

Laobian Dumpling
Address: No.179, Beitucheng West Rd, Haidian district
Tel: 86-10-62352308
Business hours: 10:00am-9:30pm
Average cost: RMB30
Din Tai Fung Restaurant CBD Branch
6F, Shin Kong Place, China Central Place, 87 Jianguo Lu, Chaoyang District
Tel:86-10-65331536
Open:11:30am - 9:30pm
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