Events in Beijing

E.g., 02/06/2016

Bistrot B Weekend Brunch

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

Hong Kong Hot Pot at Swissotel Beijing

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

Weekend Brunch at Aria

Over the past 17 years, Aria has carried the banner of contemporary Western cuisine in Beijing. Taste Chef Maiker's creations at weekend brunch, a five-course a la carte affair for RMB298/person.

Big Market Brunch

Come one, come all to this brunch featuring delicacies from all over the world, fresh seafood, freshly grilled steaks, single-serving skewers, and a bountiful dessert buffet. Prices include free-flow draft beer and fresh juices, and is suitable for the whole family. RMB328 plus surcharge.

Noodle Bar Sets

The Noodle Bar at the Grand Millennium is dishing up tempting treats for the right price. For only RMB78, enjoy a bowl of handmade noodles with chives or Hong Kong-style braised beef noodles, paired with three types of dim sum. This set is available from 11:30am-2:30pm and 5:30pm-10pm Monday-Sunday.

Memorable Moments Saturday Brunch

This brunch especially customized for families encompasses both Senses and Prego for an neverending feast for the senses. Predictably, the food offerings span the world, and the prices include free-flow house wine, plus fresh juices and smoothies for the underaged and teetotaling. RMB388/person plus surcharge. Kids under 12 eat free with two

Sichuan Theme Nights

Experience the varied spice of Sichuan during Senses' February promotion. Sample classics such as mapo tofu, gongbao jiding, spicy beef with Sichuan peppercorns, dry-fried green beans with minced pork, and more.

Winter Delights at Cai Yi Xuan

Warm up with traditional foods at Cai Yi Xuan this winter. Through the end of February, sip on double-boiled duck soup with chuan bei herbs, dig into hearty braised pork knuckle, or Australian Wagyu and black truffle clay pot rice.

Chinese New Year Eve Reunion Dinner

Celebrate with friends and family at Wu Li Xiang for the Year of the Monkey. Tables are available at both lunch and dinner, for RMB1,088 and up.

All You Can Eat Dim Sum

Feel the freshness of southern culture with all-you-can-eat dim sum at the Crowne Plaza Beijing Sun Plaza this spring. Wolf down endless portions of shrimp dumplings, siu mai, pork buns, healthy soups, and many more options for only RMB118/person, Saturday and Sunday.


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