Restaurants in China

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Located on the first floor of the Peninsula Hong Kong hotel, this upscale Cantonese restaurant is designed to reflect the history of the Peninsula,... Read More

Wake up with coffee and green tea ice cream! Starbucks’s comfy booths and free Wi-Fi are welcome before a long flight. Buy a Starbucks-branded... Read More

Californian David Seminsky opened Sumerian a few years ago for fellow hardcore coffee lovers who share his passion for brewing the perfect cup. Don’t be... Read More

This traditional, understated omakase restaurant has long been heralded as the best sushi destination in Shanghai. Tucked away on the top floor of a... Read More

Though Susu is hard to locate the first time around, its creative take on delicious Saigon dishes and its serene courtyard seating space are well worth... Read More

Drawing such former guests as Jackie Chan, this Michelin two-starred restaurant serves gourmet Cantonese cuisine inside the Langham Hong Kong hotel.... Read More

Nestled in The Waterhouse at South Bund, this Shanghai favorite serves up quality European fare like smoked potato mash with whipped bone marrow and the... Read More

This gastropub set in The Waterhouse, a hip boutique hotel, is the creation of Jason Atherton, a London chef who first gained recognition working for... Read More

This Causeway Bay restaurant is one of the most storied in Hong Kong and is still run by the family who started it. While 1860 marked the beginning of... Read More

The Tap House is a popular draft beer bar that just opened a second location with an expansive terrace and handsome décor in Jing’an district. The bar’s... Read More

At this pint-sized restauarant chef-owner Que Vinh Dang, who has worked for Rocco DiSpirito and Geoffrey Zakarian, injects playful Americana into his... Read More

Reservations are essential here where a traditional 10-dish menu highlights classic regional ingredients (sea cucumber, abalone) in a 700-year-old... Read More

The stunning Temple Restaurant Beijing is helmed by Ignace Lecleir, who once managed the dearly departed Maison Boulud. Here, European cuisine is served... Read More

The Brew is the bar at The Kerry Hotel, a luxury business hotel in between the swanky suburbs and CBD of Pudong district. This modern, airy Australian... Read More

Be prepared to wait at peak hours for this innovative hot-spot serving tapas like sea urchin with pepper butter on ciabatta and oyster devils on... Read More

Near the Forbidden City, this restored siheyuan (multi-building structure surrounding a courtyard) is home to one of American lawyer Handel Lee’s... Read More

When money is no issue, this two-level restaurant perched atop the historic Bund building offers a VIP experience. Having hosted Tom Cruise and Halle... Read More

This extensive salad buffet is ideal for scoring healthy pre-flight nibbles. There’s plenty of self-seating for those with time to spare, while... Read More

Comfort food staples like macaroni and cheese are taken to the next level with the inclusion of fresh lobster meat, making for an irresistible and... Read More

Afternoon tea in the lobby of The Peninsula is several hours of a sugary, swanky indulgence. Picture yourself in the Art Deco splendor of immaculately... Read More

Order a trio of tacos, share one of many appetizers (like cheese dip with chorizo), and wash it all down with a cocktail or Rocky's High Life, Taco Bar... Read More

Some say the bay was named after the British navy’s repulsing of squatter pirates, while others claim a ship inspired the moniker. Whatever the... Read More

The story goes like this: three painters from Guizhou, a poor south central province, came to Beijing seeking to earn a fortune with their brushes. They... Read More

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