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Jinyang Fanzhuang

  • 241 Zhushikou Xi Dajie Map It
  • Xicheng District
  • Chinese

Published 02/08/2016

Fodor's Review

Reliable, standard Shanxi fare is the order of the day at this slightly out-of-the-way restaurant—dishes might include the region's famous aromatic crispy duck, and "cat-ear" noodles (referring to their ovoid shape), stir-fried with meat and vegetables. End your meal with a "sweet happiness" pastry. Jinyang Fangzhuang is attached to the ancient courtyard home of Ji Xiaolan, a Qing Dynasty scholar, the chief compiler of the Complete Library of the Four Branches of Literature. You can visit the old residence without an admission fee and see Ji Xiaolan's study, where he wrote his famous essays. The crab-apple trees and wisteria planted during his lifetime still bloom in the courtyard.

Restaurant Information

Address:

241 Zhushikou Xi Dajie, Beijing, Beijing, 100050, China

Map It

Phone:

010-6303–1669

Restaurant Details:

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Published 02/08/2016

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