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16 Dongsanhuan Bei Lu, Beijing, 100021, China

Qu Nar Restaurant (the name means "Where are you going?" in Mandarin) is well hidden down an alley off a main Beijing road: It looks like a bunker on the outside, but the unremarkable interior includes projected art by the owner, Ai Weiwei (the artist who designed the Bird’s Nest stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympics). This Chaoyang district eatery, located behind the "La Popo" sign, specializes in Zhejiang cuisine and serves such classic dishes as steamed yellow croaker, Jinhua ham, and prawns in Dragon’s Well tea.

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Qu Nar

Qu Nar Restaurant (the name means "Where are you going?" in Mandarin) is well hidden down an alley off a main Beijing road: It looks like a bunker on the outside, but the unremarkable interior includes projected art by the owner, Ai Weiwei (the artist who designed the Bird’s Nest stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympics). This Chaoyang district eatery, located behind the "La Popo" sign, specializes in Zhejiang cuisine and serves such classic dishes as steamed yellow croaker, Jinhua ham, and prawns in Dragon’s Well tea.