Restaurants in China

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Passersby wouldn't know by looking at it, but this eight-table eatery in the hutongs serves Beijing's most authentic Italian food. Read More

One of the latest ventures from Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten (who also has another, namesake restaurant just a stone’s throw away),... Read More

When it comes to cheap Chinese eats, Mia’s offers many fresher, healthier alternative to heavy dumplings and noodles.  Quaint and inexpensive, the... Read More

Perched in the middle of a man-made lake, the path to this house twists and turns (legend says spirits don’t do curves.) Also known as &ldquo... Read More

65-year-old Mido Café is one of the places that still captures the spirit and ambiance of vintage Hong Kong. The signature pork chop baked rice is well... Read More

The Mosto Group's latest venture is all about simple, healthy on-the-go dishes. Lunch on one of the nutrient-packed power bowls of whole grains and... Read More

This modern French eatery by innovative chef Paul Pairet offers an unpretentious and reasonably priced late night menu as well as set brunches. Read More

Inspired by the playful fox character in children's fables, this dining mecca takes a whimsical approach to its layout and decor. Read More

Try Cantonese classics such as tea-smoked chicken and barbecued pork belly in the sleek, harbor-facing dining room. Read More

Xiao long bao (Shanghainese soup dumplings) are the speciality. ($1) Read More

This Julu Road eatery is a favorite with expats and locals looking for a unique dining option. Nepali Kitchen serves food of the Himalayas inside its... Read More

Located on the second floor of the Intercontinental Hotel, this Japanese restaurant takes its namesake from chef Nobu Matsuhisa. ... Read More

With its burnished red tables, hanging lanterns, converted-cyclo chairs, and silk-clad waitresses, Nuage is a little slice of old Saigon in downtown... Read More

By no means a massive restaurant, a good portion of ingredients like kombucha and herbs are processed and grown on site at Nur where the food... Read More

Diners won't find any pots of wasabi or soy sauce here; the focus is on fine cuts of fish expertly selected to complement each other. Read More

A casual izakaya spin-off of acclaimed Beijing restaurant Okra 1949, in the nightlife district of Sai Ying Pun. Inside a 19th-century building, Japan... Read More

For a brief pit stop try Olala Charcuterie, where you can score a refreshing salad with extra-lean Serrano ham and an undercurrent of beets. Sturdier... Read More

Widely popular with locals, this venue occupies a cozy two-story home that make reservations essential. It's worth it if you want to try what's possible... Read More

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