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Beijing Restaurants

Baoyuan Dumpling (Bǎo yuán jiǎozi wū)

  • North of 6 Maizidian Jie Map It
  • Chaoyang District

Updated 08/30/2014

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The fillings at this cheerfully homey joint go far beyond the standard pork and cabbage—the photo-filled menu includes dozens of creative filling options, including beef, lamb, seafood, smoked bean curd, noodles, and just about every vegetable you can name, many wrapped in bright skins of purple, green, and orange, thanks to the addition of vegetable juice to the dough. The minimum order for any kind of dumpling is two liang (100 grams, or about ten dumplings).

There's a separate menu with a solid selection of family-style Chinese dishes—you'll see the popular mapo doufu (spoon-soft tofu with ground prok in a mildy spiced sauce) on many tables.

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North of 6 Maizidian Jie, Beijing, China

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Updated 08/30/2014


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