Restaurants in China

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Liangpi literally translates as “cold skin” but don’t be deterred by the less-than-appetizing name. This cold dish is a great nosh for hot days when you... Read More

At the 16-seat counter at the industrial-chic restaurant diners watch Jean Georges–trained chef Makoto Ono prepare a seven-course omakase meal in... Read More

Housed in the site of China’s first Y.W.C.A., Light & Salt is a literary-themed “Old Shanghai” concept, which binds restaurant, bar, and bookshop.... Read More

Immerse yourself in history as you settle into a seat at the Long Bar of The Waldorf Astoria. Formerly the Shanghai Club—an early 1900s gentleman’s club... Read More

Complete with beautiful ethnic décor, this famed Shanghai Bund-side dining location offers excellent Yunnanese, Tibetan, Burmese, and Thai cuisine in a... Read More

Located in the city's SoHo district, Lotus is self-labeled as modern Thai. The front of the restaurant is open-air, making it great for watching... Read More

Sample local specialties include stuffed-beggar’s chicken and fatty dongpo pork at the great Louwailou restaurant. Read More

A three-floored building of the Ming Dynasty style is home to this restaurant, famously said to have hosted Bill Clinton and Fidel Castro. Rumor says... Read More

The spirit of old Hong Kong is brought to life in Luk Tu teahouse that's known as much for its dim sum as it is for its tea. Read More

This is the only restaurant in Hong Kong to get three stars from the 2009 Michelin guide, and the locals were not all pleased. Sample harangue: &ldquo... Read More

The dark, Deco-y Shanghainese restaurant serves roast duck wrapped in mantou buns, kao fu, a warm, brown, bready, tofu-like rice-gluten substance that... Read More

The M Bar at the Mandarin Oriental hotel allows you to gaze straight down onto the harbor from the 25th floor. The Earl Grey “mar-tea-ni,”... Read More

On Sunday mornings, young expat families brunch on the terrace of M on the Bund, Shanghai’s first fine-dining Western-style restaurant, framed... Read More

Some say this restaurant in the Grand Hyatt rests atop Beijing’s food pyramid. Made in China's ground-floor Dongcheng neighborhood location... Read More

You haven’t had a proper Shanghai brunch until you’ve dug into plates of duck-fat French fries and eggs Benedict at Madison. The contemporary American... Read More

Daniel Boulud’s French-American outpost with a Beijing twist housed in the former U.S. Embassy. The goose egg en cocotte with smoked potato and... Read More

Go to the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, for the sweeping views and gold-plated dim sum such as Wagyu beef–and–black pepper... Read More

Englishman Robin Zavou is now heading this Michelin-starred restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. With him at the helm, the power lunchers dine on... Read More

On the Pudong side of the Huangpu River, Marina DM is helmed by Spanish chef Daniel Negreira and offers high-concept European fine dining with... Read More

Lei Keung Kee is the food stall that grabbed the attention of the mighty powers at Michelin, but Master Low-Key Foodshop—a gem in the remote... Read More

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