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.
Located at in bustling block Sanlitun SOHO, this renowned restaurant serves affordable authentic beef noodles and has been popular for 30 years.
Ziguangyuan is a time-honored Muslim restaurant with history of over 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”.
Liu Quan Ju Restaurant, set up in 1567, is one of the eight famous restaurants in Beijing.
This long-running restaurant has made a name for itself across Beijing.
Sitting on Qianmenwai Street, its factory is behind the storefront which sells Southern Chinese flavor food although it is located in the Northern China.
Huguo Temple Snack Bar was built in 1956, which was formed on basis of snacks at Huhuo Temple fair with combination of imperial court snacks and folk snacks.