Oh, the elusive Suzuki Kitchen. I walked by this small Japanese restaurant many times but there was always long wait for the table. Today I made a point of being there before they open for dinner at 5:30.
Returning to one of my favorite restaurants in Beijing, although I don’t know its name.
A huge Cantonese restaurant, open 24 hours a day.
A small, simple Japanese restaurant serving mainly roasted and grilled seafood.
This Yunnan restaurant is set nicely in an old Hutong courtyard. There is no traditional menu, only a fixed set of dishes that changes daily. The food is somewhat westernized and most of the guests were foreigners.