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“Wangfujing is a large area with several huge shopping malls to the east of the Forbidden city. It’s a good spot to go for to shop for designer goods, but the prices are similar to those in other countries, so don’t expect anything cheaper than back home! It’s night market is the real gem of the area. A crowded, narrow collection of streets that sell a bizarre collection of snacks, including scorpions, spiders and various grubs and insects! It’s a good place to test how strong your stomach is! You can get here on bus line 58.”
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“A french restaurant in an ancient tamale count yard, which has 600 years' old. And the buildings are all wood structures. There are also many modern arts in this yard and a gallery.”
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“GREAT jiaozi (dumplings), meat and vegetarian, bustling atmosphere. Great selection. You may need to wait for a seat during peak times.”
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“Good spanish restaurant, even better bar, and our favorite rooftop on warm and smog-free days.”
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“American: A Beijing institution, Slow Boat brews a plethora of their own fantastic beers, as well as serving up some great food. Their fryburger is definitely the star of the menu.”
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“This is one of Beijing's best dumpling restaurants. Dumplings are dyed with squid ink and other funky colours. I recommend going through the door on the right and eating in the back courtyards. ”
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“Authentic Italian trattoria, hidden in the hutongs of Beijing. Take a table on their veranda, sit back and observe the traditional ways of Beijing's hutongs (alleyways).”
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“Quanjude is a Chinese restaurant known for its trademark Quanjude Peking Roast Duck and its longstanding culinary heritage since its establishment in 1864 in Beijing, China.”
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“Getting tired of Beijing Duck, Kong Pao Chicken and Mapo Tofu? Well, try some beautiful and delicious snacks here and trust me, you won't stop eating.”
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“A popular hutong restaurant for Guizhou food, a southern province with lots of herbs and spice.”
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“The Best Beijing Roast Duck place in Beijing with super clean environment. Price: $$$ Food: 5 stars”
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“Place to dance! Great rooftop bar in Beijing. Free entrance fee, super international crowd. Good looking girls and guys! Line 10 TuanJieHu station exit A walk to Sanlitun, behind the 3.3 Building.”
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“Open 24 hours, perfect for early morning dim sum or late night snack. Be sure to go during off-peak hours, otherwise expect a longer wait time. They have evening discounts from 10pm to 6am. If you get a seat by the 2nd floor window, you can see the Lama Temple.”
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“Excellent Peking duck - which you must try during your stay in Beijing - and an impressive place for tasting a whole range of Chinese food, from reasonably-priced dishes to fancier fare.”
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“It's a street that's open until late, serving all manner of Chinese food. A good option is Huajia Yiyuan at #235, for courtyard dining.”
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