Blog Category - Food

Construction Done, But Nanluogu Xiang Is Same Old, Same Old
The Great Nanluogu Xiang Facelift is over and the result is a resounding "meh."
DP What to Order and From Where When the AQI is High
You know the drill by now: the AQI is pushing 300 for the fifth day in a row and you're starting to just feel generally gross.
Inner Mongolia Provincial Government Restaurant: Mary Had a Lotta Lamb
Following an intense debate over whether Inner Mongolia should fall under “I” for Inner Mongolia or “N” for Nei Menggu, we decided to stop procras
It’s Neither One Ying or The Other At InterContinental Sanlitun
At the bustling heart of Sanlitun, the newly opened InterContinental Beijing Sanlitun has made a splash with its fabulous views over the neighborh
Stock up on These Korean Pantry Staples and Make Bulgogi at Home
Korean cuisine may seem daunting to make at home if you've never done it before, but trust me when I say that it's actually pretty easy.
Street Eats: Delicious Lotus Root with Baby, and Mediocre Hot Dry Noodles at Uncle Hot
We believe that it shouldn't be the end of world when your favorite Wuhan hot dry noodles
Comforting Your Winter Depression with Comfort Dessert at Maoxishi
Situated opposite Lucky Lopez in the quiet yard of 34 Sanlitun Nan, Maoxishi Dessert Shop opened mid-August but it has come into its own in the co
Revamped With 48 Dishes, Casa Talia By Tiago Still Solidly Rocks at Dongzhimen
We believe that one of the key ways to keep people interested in Beijing is by revamping your menu with new, good dishes.
Get Cooking Over the Spring Festival Break with these Chinese Recipes
It's no secret that many, if not most, of Beijing's esteemed dining establishments are about to close for Spring Festival (check out our handy gui
R Mysterious Cock Is Missing at Daoxiangcun Snack Shopping Flash
Daoxiangcun (稻香村), the local lao Beijing brand known for snacks and cakes which was first established in 1895 announced on...
DP 10-Course Dinner Sun Japanese Cuisine Deserves All Your Attention
Unlike the local-style sushi restaurants scattered around town, or Californian-style Hatsu
R2 Mexican Horchata in Beijing
A while ago I shared my recipe for Chai tea
Street Eats: Try Hong Kong-Style Milk Tea and Egg Puffs, Not The Noodles at Chaoyangmen
You have to be determined not to like Cantonese food – the lovely dim sum, the refreshing sugary drinks, and the creamy desserts.
Bird is the Word: Beijing's Best Fried Chicken
Say "KFC" and most people will think of bargain buckets and the Colonel.