It was very good, staff understood English.. Food was good as well. If you like, you can also have a beer. Location and surroundings are good for a stroll too.
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This is a halal restaurant with a long history. Mutton dishes are their speciality, but don't let the name discourage you it's not gamey due to the breed used. We enjoyed every dish. Lots of locals eat here as well. The location of the restaurant...More
We went to this restaurant during our holidays in Beijing. One of the best restaurants were we ate. Food is 100% for locals, super clean and food is delicious (plus our waiter was super nice!!). The area around the restaurant is amazing (the lake, the...More
When we started our trip we decided we would try everything offered to us. This turned out to be a good plan because we just ate what the guide ordered and had fantastic meals. We started with this delicious meat the was cooked on this...More
We went there for our first dinner in China. We were surprised, the meals were tasty and not too expensive. We suggest the "mutton" which is their specialty! The place is a bit crowdy and noisy (typical China:) ) ...do not expect a posh place!
Located next to the Houhai Lakeside area, in the middle of a busy tourist venue. It's a big restaurant - 3 floors and seemingly very busy and full. We had the traditional bbq lamb slices, jelly fish and some vegetable dishes, as well as a...More
Recommended by the concierge at the Grand Hotel. Located in lively but full of life area running alongside the lake. The area is worth a visit and this award winning restaurant serves traditional Chinese dishes. It doesn't have live music but there are plenty of...More
I had lunch here. The restaurant is located near the Yindang bridge. I had a couple of mutton skewers, the vegan mushroom mix and the sour cucumber. The mutton was very chewy with a lot of fat. The two vegetarian dishes were quite bland. Service...More
Great place to grab a bite while site-seeing the old hutongs of the Houhai area. Despite the area's transformation from traditional hangout in old Beijing to trendy western music bar district, at least a few old institutions have survived, including this halal eatery. Kublai Khan...More
It was a cold night but we were obligated to eat on the boat as we cruised the lake. The food was prepared at the restaurant and served on a small boat that just fit the 10 of us snugly. There was no light so...More