Fuhuazhai Bobo Shop follows the skills of imperial cuisine inherited from an imperial chef in the Qing Dynasty.
Tucked away in a hutong (alley) in Beijing, it’s said that the longstanding restaurant was an imperial ice house in the Qing Dynasty.
The low-key Xuji Shaobingpu serves Shaobing (Sesame Seed Cake) made by the most traditional Beijing method.
Xiao Chang Chen was founded in 1886.
In the time-honored store, offal, tofu and Huoshao (baked wheaten paste) is being boiled in two large pots all day long, giving off an inviting smell.
Ju Bao Yuan is a long-established Muslim restaurant in Niujie.
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.
Feng Ze Yuan is a time-honored restaurant specializing in Shandong Cuisine.
Founded during the reign of Guangxu Emperor in the Qing Dynasty, Baodu Feng is famed as a century-old brand.