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Mandarin Grill + Bar takes a traditional approach to serving prime imported steaks and seafood. Whether it is delicately-cooked tenderloin or grilled Dover Sole, the chefs offer superb renditions of culinary classics, using seasonal ingredients. The seamless service and tasteful décor make this a peerless dining experience. It is also the only Beijing luxury-hotel grill that offers impressive garden-terrace views of the Forbidden City.The Wangfu Room, which can seat 12 people, is a discreet option for private parties, or business discussions.
The King’s Joy brand was founded more than half a century ago & has matured into a major culinary force throughout the China region internationally; garnering many international accolades awards. King’s Joy has received recognition by La Liste to be ranked amongst the best restaurants of the world, coverage in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times & many other media outlets. In 2012, King’s Joy again embarked on a venture to provide innovative, healthy, natural, vegetarian cuisine to the public promoting a mindful sustainable lifestyle. November 28th 2019; Michelin launched its first guide in Beijing, awarding King's Joy as one of the only two; 2 star restaurants in Beijing. King's Joy offers set menus starting from 699RMB per person as well as afternoon tea with an additional 10% service charge. In addition to our main dining hall, we provide a total of 7 VIP private rooms. To reserve a room, the minimum expenditure is from 899RMB per person with an additional 15% service fee.
At The View 4109 experience the real beauty of Beijing from the 41st floor of SOHO A in Dawanglu (Subway Lines 1 and 14). Situated across the street from the hotels: JW Marriott, Ritz Carlton, and Wanda Vista, Watch the sun go down or be enchanted by the city lights of Sanlitun and Chang'an Ave. Our we serve casual French food. If you would like something more romantic and fine dining visit our sister restaurant The View 3912 for dinner on the 39th floor (2 floors down). In The View 4109 we also have 4 private VIP rooms for seating from 2-20 persons. In both restaurants we have an extensive wine list and the only restaurant in Beijing to have all of the 1855 Grand Crus. Welcome to Beijing and welcome to The View 4109!
At The View 3912 experience the real beauty of Beijing from the 39th floor of SOHO A in Dawanglu (Subway Lines 1 and 14). Situated across the street from the hotels: JW Marriott, Ritz Carlton, and Wanda Vista, Watch the sun go down or be enchanted by the city lights of Sanlitun and Chang'an Ave. Our head chefs worked in France at several Michelin star restaurants over the years and took this knowledge with them to Beijing. Where they combine French food with some Asian fusion. Our menu changes based on the seasons, so you will always surprised. If you would like something more casual and more authentic French: visit our sister restaurant The View 4109 for lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner on the 41st floor (2 floors up). In The View 4109 we also have 4 private VIP rooms for seating to 20 people. In both restaurants, we have an extensive wine list and the only restaurant in Beijing to have all of the 1855 Grand Crus. Welcome to Beijing and welcome to The View 3912! WhatsApp +8618515359601
Inspired by the philosophy of Taoism, Qi (pronounced “Chi”) is named after one's positive natural energy intangibly flowing around, reflecting physical health and spiritual harmony. With an elegant setting infused with modern and oriental elements, Qi features classical Cantonese cuisines by using the finest ingredients, locally sourced and organic where possible, to produce dishes according to "seasonality", to give t
The restaurant is located inside a historical Temple courtyard-ZiZhSi that could be dated back to the Qing Dynasty. Interestingly contrasting with its ancient surroundings, the restaurant dining space, once served as the first black-and-white TV factory of Beijing, has been transformed by the Australian architectural and design firm Hassell, to a contemporary and minimalistic setting, emphasizing on the clean, light filled and thoroughly modern lines.
Mio means “my” in Italian, and you’ll feel perfectly at home in this welcoming Italian restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing. Featuring two open kitchens, Mio offers modern Italian cuisine, including a selection of tapas. Mio is a 1 Michelin Star winner awarded by the Michelin Guide Beijing 2021.
Described as one of Beijing’s most iconic locations with stunning views of the Forbidden City, this venue has long captivated to emotions of its guests. Located in a building alongside the former Imperial palace’s eastern moat, the site has been transformed to create a two-storey experience that is unmistakably Beijing.
Awarded 1 Michelin Star by the Michelin Guide Beijing 2020, Cai Yi Xuan offers traditional Cantonese cuisine presented in an enticing and elegant way. The dramatic and exciting venue includes a large formal dining room, a more intimate casual dining room, and eight private dining rooms, including two VIP rooms, each with their own unique décor and atmosphere.