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Beijing Imperial Cuisine which was once the exclusive province of China's royalty has evolved over time to be enjoyed by all of the country's people. You’ll see a lot of special Beijing food from the cuisine.
Beijing Imperial Cuisine is the foundation of Beijing cuisine. An imperial feast is characterized by complex preparation techniques and the freshest ingredients. It also can feature elaborate presentation including colorful vegetable carvings. Probably the finest expression of classic imperial cooking is the Tan Jia cuisine served at the Beijing Hotel.

 

Beijing Imperial Cuisine - Beijing Food

 

Beijing Imperial Cuisine from many different cultures permeates the Beijing dining scene. With literally thousands of restaurants available, dining choices are practically unlimited. And the best part is that you can splurge at a fancy restaurant or dine supremely well (any much more cheaply) at any of the smaller family-run operations located all over the city.

 

Beijing Imperial Cuisine - Beijing Food

 

 

The Tanjia Restaurant is the best example of Beijing's imperial cuisine and provides a combination of Cantonese and Beijing cuisine featuring seafood. After the founding of the People's Republic, Premier Zhou Enlai asked that the restaurant move to the Beijing Hotel, the best hotel in China at that time. Imperial cuisine is still available there on the seventh floor of the hotel's Building

 

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