Redmoon has introduced an exciting new menu featuring popular items such as sushi, sashimi, grilled “XueLong” beef, and homemade unagi yaki. This relaxing Japanese bar has all you need for a summer soiree. Don't miss their delicious cocktails and live band, Mystique.
There's a different discount every weekday at the Fairmont Beijing through the end of the year. Mondays, get all-you-can-eat ribs at The Cut for RMB298. Tuesdays enjoy buy-one-get-one buffet lunch at Lunar 8. Thirty percent off all spa treatments help you get over humpday. Prime rib is on special at The Cut every Thursday, and kick off the weekend
For a mere RMB88/set, enjoy a sushi selection, crisp salad, miso soup, and seasonal fruit cup, daily at the Swissotel.
A one-man Bite of China, Made In China Executive Chef Kent Jin travels around the country, sourcing ingredients, picking up techniques, and bringing it all back to Beijing. Look for his specialties, including Mongolian-style poached lamb, stir-fried smoked meat and Anhui okra, and steamed fish with Hunan chilies.
Reminisce with old and new friends, or simply will away your hangover with hair of the dog, at Bistrot B's weekend brunch. Dine on hearty fare such as coq au vin and steak frites, or opt for Asian-inspired comfort foods. On Saturdays, brunch even includes free-flow hangover drinks (but you only get one on Sundays). RMB270/two courses, RMB300/three
Dine in the cushy surroundings of Bistrot B for RMB150 for two courses or RMB170 for three per person. Choose from a list of nouveau French bistro classics in the appetizer, main, and dessert categories. Polish things off with a complimentary cup of coffee or freshly brewed tea.
The inescapable hairy crabs descend upon the Sofitel's Yi Pin Huai Yang, with claw-focused lunch and dinner set menus, as well as a gift box. Prices from RMB198, plus service.
Cepe lives up to its namesake during porcini mushroom season. Find them paired with fresh scallop, rigatoni, beef tenderloin, and crispy sea bass. A la carte items are priced from RMB98 to RMB358 per dish, plus service charge.
There truly is nothing better than dining with one's closest friends and family around a pot of steaming broth and boiled vegetables. Do so at Cafe Swiss' weekend Hong Kong hot pot promotion this fall and winter. RMB188/two people
Experience two of the world's finest cuisines with Chef Naoki Okumura's deft combination of Kyoto-style kaiseki cooking with the fine French techniques and ingredients. Each course on the menu showcases seasonal seafood and vegetables, as well as Chef Okumura's culinary chops.
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