This dreamy little French bistro serves fondue, among other things. For RMB 398, this dish for two includes a beautiful pot of molten raclette, comte, and emmenthal cheese fondue, along with a large basket of bread, cold cuts, and tomatoes. The restaurant has bright, open windows and simple, classy décor.
Take in the view of their outdoor garden while feasting on the finest of French cuisine and wine. Try the Parisian brunch menu (RMB 298, RMB 298 with free flow sparkling wine) on the weekends. Expect prompt service and fresh seafood offerings.
With its two locations, Haru is a sleek, sophisticated option for both Shunyi and inner city dwellers. Private rooms allow for an intimate ambiance to enjoy decadent Japanese cuisine. Try the jumbo bamboo prawns (RMB 88) or the Merry Roll (RMB 72).
Hands down, Grill 79 has some of the best steaks in Beijing. The restaurant serves magnificent Australian Wagyu Marble for RMB 360-420 with a beautiful sweeping view of the city.
Amble around Ritan Park before settling down at a table in this two-story Cajun-style restaurant. Bite into a po’boy sandwich or burger. Every day from 3-8pm, drinks are 50 percent off. In the warmer months, grab a seat on the outdoor patio.
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