Sanlitun & Chaoyang restaurants

Top Choice Beijing in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Taste of Dàdǒng

This casual concept eatery from Běijīng‘s duck maestro Dong Zhenxiang (of famed sister restaurant, Dàdǒng Roast Duck) lets you enjoy a portion of his famous roast fowl without having to order the whole bird. It's a …
Top Choice Yunnan in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

In & Out

This fashionable, but laid-back and friendly restaurant specialises in the many cuisines of the ethnic minority groups in southwestern Yúnnán province. The flavours are authentic and, given its popularity, the price…
Top Choice Peking Duck in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Shéng Yǒng Xìng

Set within a beautifully-styled second-floor dining room, this contemporary Chinese restaurant serves nigh-on perfect Peking duck, roasted at a higher temperature for a less oily bite. Upgrade to the fancy duck opti…
Top Choice Barbecue in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Home Plate BBQ

Serving up some of the finest southern American barbecue in town is this Texas-owned restaurant-bar that's all about slow-cooked meats, burgers and craft beer. Its charcoal-wood smoker sits proudly on display, loade…
Top Choice Peking Duck in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Jīngzūn Peking Duck

Very popular place to sample Běijīng’s signature dish. Not only is the Peking duck here extremely good value at ¥138/79 for a whole/half bird, but you can also sit outside on its atmospheric wooden-decked terrace de…
Mexican in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Taco Bar

It's only appropriate that the city's coolest taqueria be located within this happening Sānlǐtún precinct. The place is normally packed out with locals and expats feasting on Mexican street-style tacos such as al pa…
Noodles in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Morning

A slick, modern space with blonde wood and designer furniture seems incongruous for a restaurant that specialises in cheap, old-school Húběi noodles, and it serves to make Morning all the cooler. Come for the tradit…
Buffet in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Pangu 7 Star Hotel

Putting on one of Beijing's best spreads, the lunch buffet on the 2nd floor of the Auspicious Garden Restaurant at the Pangu 7 Star Hotel is famed for its 'lobster mountain' – a stacked mound of all-you-can-eat Bost…
Dumplings in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Din Tai Fung

The New York Times once picked the original Taipei branch of this upmarket dumplings chain as one of the 10 best restaurants in the world. That’s no longer true, but the dumplings here are certainly special. The xiǎ…
Beijing in Sanlitun & Chaoyang

Bàodǔ Huáng

Be prepared to queue at this no-nonsense apartment-block restaurant (look for the green sign with four yellow characters), where locals gobble and slurp their way through the authentic Běijīng-grub menu. The special…