During your Beijing tour, Beijing Imperial Cuisine you should not miss. In the history, the Imperial Cuisine was used to be exclusive for the emperor. Beijing Imperial Cuisine is used the finest ingredients. Today, you can sample a wide range of dishes that have been carefully prepared. And you will feel like a “king” for a day.
I will tell you where to eat the delicious Beijing Imperial Cuisine
Wu Ming Ju Restaurant
Wu Ming Ju Restaurnat is a famous restaurant in Beijing for offering Beijing Imperial Cuisine. The food here is carefully prepared. While you entering this restaurant, you will be impressed by its surroundings. Private rooms are quiet and elegant, with bamboo curtains, making for an atmosphere that lends itself to leisurely chatting and reminiscing.
Wu Ming Ju demonstrates its food is up to state banquet standards for the particularity of the materials and the work put into preparing the dishes.
Guests in Dazhaimen Restaurant could not only taste the Beijing Imperial Food but also enjoy Peking Opera Show here. Originally, it is a quaint area formerly part of the royal family's residence during the Qing Dynasty.
Nutritious ingredients are selectively chosen here. In this secluded courtyard, you will forget about the hustle and bustle of the outside world.
Tian Jia Restaurant
With a long history dating back to Qing dynasty, Tan Jia Restaurant is the best preserved place cooking the official food management by Beijing Hotel.
Food in Tian Jia Restaurant is moderately sweet and salty, and it is made from a large amount of ingredients. With a soft and mushy consistency, it is easy to digest. The chickens selected in this restaurant are 16-18 months of age.
Li Jia Cai Restaurant
The founder of Li Jia Cai Restaurant there is a royal cooker in Qing dynasty. Only 10 guests entertained everyday.
If you would like to eat in Li Jia Cai Restaurant, you must first make a phone reservation because of they do not accept walk-in diners. More over, you can not order food like other restaurants. You are served only what is prepared that day. Li Jia Cai creates over l0 set meals, and each set contains 18 to 22 separate dishes. Even if your group only has two people, you remain served around 20 dishes.
Prices range from a minimum of 200 RMB a set to over 2,000 RMB, vary according to the quantity and types of dishes available.
Wish you have a nice holiday in Beijing tour.