Restaurants in China

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Americans may not happily push their bowl of Lucky Charms aside for rice porridge, but in Hong Kong congee is the breakfast of champions. Known to some... Read More

Americans may not happily push their bowl of Lucky Charms aside for rice porridge, but in Hong Kong congee is the breakfast of champions. Known to some... Read More

Opened in 2013 in Jing’An district, SeeSaw is a popular Wi-Fi cafe for freelance creatives who need a strong Internet connection and even stronger... Read More

You can easily make a meal out of Shanghai’s fried dumplings. Little joints around the city typically whip up to two types of pan-fried pork dumplings... Read More

The menu here is worth the harrowing squeeze into the tiny dining room. There’s a duck leg in lemon soup that flakes right off the bone; there... Read More

Japanese architect Sakea Miura designed this bunker-like restaurant, which was once a movie theater for retired government officials. Guests enter down... Read More

Shouning Road is lined with street-side grills, men kneeling in alleys shucking oysters and throwing shells on alleyway middens, food carts selling... Read More

Fiery Sichuan food on a packed French Concession street. Read More

“Fine cuisine” is not usually the first thing that pops to mind when talking about the government. In this case though, the Sichuan... Read More

Long waits are par for the course at this tiny, open-air food stall—it's especially popular among tourists from mainland China. If your party is small,... Read More

The terrace bar at the Peninsula Hotel’s fine French restaurant, Sir Elly’s, is the classiest spot to enjoy al fresco drinks on the Bund. With full-on... Read More

While there are many choices for dim sum in Shanghai, Soahc makes its mark with Yangzhou-influenced cuisine. Visitors must cross a fish pond to... Read More

Nestled in the store space of G.O.D., Sohofama feels like a culinary extension of the local design shop. A gallery wall of vintage Chinese advertising... Read More

In Vietnamese, Song means "to live,” and this central district restaurant gives life to Indochinese and Vietnamese fare. The interior is casual... Read More

Run by a Parisian woman passionate about Chinese culture, this lovely teahouse invites visitors to explore the finest teas in a funky setting with chic... Read More

As many as 2,000 people a day pack the eight dining halls of Songhelou Restaurant. Read More

The menu at Source changes every two weeks, but it can be relied on for one thing: tongue-numbing Sichuan fare. Housed in the former home of a Qing... Read More

The South Beauty group manages over 40 restaurants across China, and the 881 outpost makes its home in two buildings: a 1930’s restored stone... Read More

“Upscale with a kick” is one way to describe this Dongzhimenwai neighborhood restaurant, which opened in 2003 and is one of many locations... Read More

Owned by world-famous chef Alain Ducasse, this Michelin two-starred restaurant is located on the ground floor of the InterContinental Hotel, overlooking... Read More

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

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