The focus at this smartly appointed eatery is on authentic, fresh Taiwanese flavors. Try caipudan, a scrumptious turnip omelet, or the poetically named fotiaoqiang ("Buddha jumping over the wall"), a delicate soup full of seafood and medicinal herbs. For something a little less austere, the crisp barbecued pigeon is a lip-smacking delight; the accompanying tot of lemon juice is meant to counteract all that oil. Last but definitely not least, try the mashu, a glutinous rice cake rolled in ground peanuts.
Xin Zhongguancun Shopping Center, 19 Zhongguancun Dajie, 4th Floor, Beijing, 100036, China