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This Hángzhōu restaurant gets the thumbs-up from locals...
Vegetarian & Vegan
Tucked away in an office building near Xīhú Bīnguǎn is this veggies’ favourite in Shēnzhèn, with healthy ingredients, a relaxing tea-tasting area and a smoke-free dining hall...
This decent Húnán restaurant honours Mao Zedong, who was a native of Húnán. It’s decked out with Mao paraphernalia, including a copper bust of the Chinese leader and a few poems he penned...
With a sleek ambience, this restaurant serves some of the best Asian fusion dishes. The menu is a feast for the eyes and palate, with over 400 diverse choices such as samosas, sashimi and steak.
One of the best Cantonese restaurants in town, but expect noisy waits for 30 minutes or more after 11.30am. Some of the dim sum can be ordered by the piece – good when you’re dining alone.
An excellent modern dim sum restaurant on the 5th floor of Luóhú Commercial City. Tables are a little close together, but the environment is pleasant and service is warm.
Expect various beef and mutton dishes in this halal restaurant run by the Hui (Chinese Muslims). It's in a hotel done up like a mock mosque. Take minibus 430.
This classy restaurant serves up a wide var-iety of surprisingly affordable dishes from all over China in an impressive, spacious dining hall.
Located in the Century Plaza Hotel and serving some of the best dim sum in town. A hit with day-trippers from Hong Kong.
This French restaurant, arguably the best in town, hits the mark with an interior that is both plush and comfortable, decor-wise.
The meticulous 200-item dim sum menu is amazing, as is Jīn Yuè Xuān’s impressive interior.
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