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Xi He Ya Yuan 羲和雅苑


Situated in a courtyard, Xi He Ya Yuan combines the culinary traditions of Sichuan, Shandong, Guangdong, Huaiyang and other regions in their dishes, which include "Wo Hop Roast duck" is seasoned with blueberry jam or soft white sugar sauce and roasted in a traditional oven.


Stall 302, 3/F, City Mall, Xinyuan Nanlu
Chaoyang District
80-120 per person
Daily 11am02pm, 5-10pm
5976 1355
All chinese and foreign credit cards
15-3 Zhongguancun Dajie (east side of Haidian Xijie)
Haidian District
中关村大街15-3号 海淀西街路东
50-80 per person
11am-2pm, 5-10pm
5172 2256, 5172 2250
Chinese bank cards


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User reviews of Xi He Ya Yuan 羲和雅苑

We went to the newly opened branch at IFC, next to Westin Chaoyang

Reviewed by dannychong on Tue, 07/27/2010 - 23:06
Joined: Mar 01, 2009
Posts: 21
Review of Xi He Ya Yuan

1) Food:

a) Peking Duck: Must agree with the previous review, look fancy, but there's something missing, I can't tell, its just not as good as Made in China or other famous peking duck place, is it the wood they used to roast the duck, I have no idea, just something missing.

b) Other food: Also agree with the previous review, other dishes are surprisingly not bad...its seriously not bad, not the best, but really not bad.

2) Service:

You can tell they are trying to be good, however, no matter how you try, if you are not experienced or you do not know what the customers really want, you just can't have the best service in town. Friendly but need improvement.

3) Ambience:

Considered okay.

4) Price: The set is reasonably priced, for us, 10 pax dinner for just 700+ with peking duck, considered not bad.

Not as restaurant which you will go when you craved for good food, but while you are treating a few friends looking for a decent place, not too pack and not wanting to be ripped off, a good place to consider.

All of China in one Restaurant

Reviewed by toffba08 on Thu, 03/11/2010 - 12:50
Joined: Feb 26, 2008
Posts: 0
Review of Xi He Ya Yuan

We went there for the famous roast duck with blueberry sauce. The taste was mediocre although the presentation was very royal. We found other dishes like the black mushroom and chicken, stir-fried string beans and steamed cabbage a lot more enticing than the duck. It's also a huge plus that this restaurant caters food from different regions of China, so you could practically satisfy every guest's choice of food.