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Restaurants to Try in China

by Holly Riddle

Oct 21, 2019

Restaurants in China. Photo: Nigel Hoy | Dreamstime.com

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Narrowing down the best restaurants in an entire country is no easy task, but if you’re looking for good eats in China, these restaurants are sure to deliver.

Quanjude

The biggest roast duck restaurant in the world, Quanjude is known for its Peking duck — the name is synonymous with its famous dish. The restaurant certainly has a long history to back up its expertise as it first started serving duck in Beijing in 1864.

Cai Yi Xuan

For fine dining in Beijing, Czi Yi Xuan at the Four Seasons Beijing is a top pick. The delicacies on the menu include steamed dumplings, dim sum and favorite dishes from all over Asia.

South Beauty

With more than 50 locations across China, the likelihood of finding a South Beauty outpost is good. This restaurant got its start in 2000 and, after two decades, South Beauty is relied upon for its delicious Chinese dishes and Sichuan specialties.

Ultraviolet

One of the most famous restaurants in the country, Ultraviolet in Shanghai is not your average restaurant. The location is always changing, impressive and vibrant. Guests are instructed to meet at a pick-up point where they are whisked away to the intimate dining venue. Expect modern eats in a European style.

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