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“hotpot”(7 reviews)
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Lined with billowing red lanterns, this busy all-night food boulevard stretches more than a mile-and-a-quarter and is lined with more than 100 restaurants featuring local cuisines from the different provinces.
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Dongzhimennei Main Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This street is the best street in Beijing to experience the current trending food. It has a really cool vibe and the best thing at the moment is that you can also enjoy the World Cup footie in lots of restaurants along the road!

Thank BElectricBeijing
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I thought this was more market like ... but really it’s just a street of restaurants. Some very popular. We got a ticket for one and we’re 84th in the queue! No thanks! Ended up walking most of the street and heading to one that...More

Thank K M
Reviewed 28 January 2018

Since my friend wanted to try crawfish in China, we came across this street online and wanted to try it out. We reached about 8plus and it was really quiet. There was no crowd, no long queues, nothing like we have read online. When we...More

3  Thank Joycelyn T
Reviewed 27 December 2017

We had heard that Gui Jie, or Ghost Street, would be a lively and exciting place to visit in the evening in Beijing and to grab a bit to eat. Whilst we did not expect it to be the same as some pictures we had...More

1  Thank Jessica J
Reviewed 17 November 2017 via mobile

This place is great for someone with an iron gut who eats anything and everything. I can’t do tongue, rabbit head, bull frog, gizzards etc which are galore on these menus (when I could read them) the area is nicely lit up but most “nicer”...More

2  Thank harshhonestcritic
Reviewed 2 November 2017

the street is overwhelming in a positive way; meaning, when you first arrive, it looked like a food heaven with big sign boards, people are happy along the streets as they are getting ready to eat. However, when you walk down the streets trying to...More

Thank MaraBois
Reviewed 26 September 2017 via mobile

I arrived here at around 9pm for dinner and it was easily located with it being next to a subway. The street has many restaurants, next to each other and across. There are many good options such as hot pot, BBQ, yogurt desserts and most...More

Thank thinkblue8
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Went there for second time.It seems that's the best place for mini lobsters & grilled fish on hot plate .No surprise as had tried before,the mini lobsters are tasty but too tiny to enjoy the meat . Grilled fish is better as it 's grilled...More

Thank Jesslyn C
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

We have been here a couple times while we have been living here. It's a good choice when it's late and you're hungry. The restaurants are pretty typical. Seafood, hotpot and BBQ. Not any western restaurants that I've seen. All in all it's good to...More

1  Thank Denise M
Reviewed 27 March 2017

This very famous street is best visited at night when it is filled with food stalls hawking street food. Famous for spicy mini lobsters and hotpot. There are also lots of restaurants with long queues. Price varies according to choice of fancy or cheaper looking...More

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10 March 2017|
Response from DonHenson | Reviewed this property |
The street was doing a facelift as of Dec 2016. I'm guessing the lanterns will be back with the warm weather - but China is apt to surprise!