Na Jia Restaurant was opened in the Qing dynasty by a member of the Plain Yellow Banner, offering Mandarin Officials’ Cuisine.
Tian Xing Ju, formerly known as "Huixianju Restaurant", was founded in 1862.
Located at in bustling block Sanlitun SOHO, this renowned restaurant serves affordable authentic beef noodles and has been popular for 30 years.
Nestled in the Beixiangfeng Hutong nearby Qianmen Avenue, the over 20-year-old restaurant truly explains the old saying “good wine needs no bush”.
Longfu Temple Snack Bar is generated from the snack market before Longfu Temple.
Qinglinchun Tea Shop at Qianmen Street was opened by Lin Zixun (from Fujian) in 1927, and soon became the best renowned tea shop in Beijing.
Beijing Wuyutai Tea Co., Ltd. has evolved and developed from Wuyutai Tea Store and Wuyutai Tea Shop.
Majuyuan is a time-honored brand with a long standing reputation. First opened in the 22nd year (1817) during the reign of Emperor Jiaqing in the Qing Dynasty.
Set up in the 50th year (1785) during the reign of Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dynasty, Yi Tiao Long Restaurant, originally named Yi Tiao Long Mutton Restaurant.
BaiKui Laohao Restaurant sitting at No. 88, Longfusi Street is one of the most famous Muslim restaurants in Beijing.
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