I'm kidding...mostly. You really can put peanut butter on almost anything. So, how do I get the Restaurant Critic research job? Carrie got Historian way too quick. Below are three of the Top 10 resaurants in Beijing. I really want to try the duck!
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A Xinjiang restaurant, which means lamb kabobs, flat breads, plus live bands and the inevitable audience participation. It may be touristy but it’s fun!
188 Denei Dajie, Chaoyang Men Nei Dajie
Beijing Dadong Roast Duck Restaurant ¥
Lots of restaurants specialize in Beijing’s most famous dish, and debate rages endlessly over who serves the best fowl. This place is less over-blown and over-priced than many of its rivals.
Bdg 3, Tuanjiehu Beikou, Dong San Huan
The look is LA or Sydney, the food is Brazilian. The well balanced menu includes good- value set lunches and dinners that change with the availability of fresh ingredients but great steaks are standard.
Na Li Market, off Sanlitun Bei Lu