From imperial dishes to hot pot street snacks, Andrew eats his way through Beijing, where East meets West and traditional food reigns. He discovers why this ancient Chinese city is home to one of the world's ...Go to Episode
Twin Towers B-12, Jianguomenwai Ave., Beijing, China
Wangfujing Shopping Street
Andrew begins his adventure in the heart of it all at the markets near the Forbidden City.
Wangfujing St., Beijing, China
Donghuamen Night Market
Some of the most unusual street food comes out after the sun goes down.
Fang Shen Restaurant in Beihai Park
Beihai Park, northwest of the Forbidden City (enter through east gate, cross stone bridge, and bear right), Beijing,China
Fu Jia Lou Restaurant
23 Dongsishitiao (200m west of Poly Plaza), Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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