Tucked inside Chaoyang Park, Jun Wangfu excels in classic Cantonese fare; it's frequented by Hong Kong expats. The comprehensive menu includes steamed tofu with scallops, spinach with taro and egg, crispy goose, roast chicken, and steamed fish with ginger and scallion. The fresh-baked pastry filled with durian (a spiny tropical fruit with a smell so notoriously strong it is often banned from being brought aboard airplanes) is actually a mouthwatering rarity—don't
be scared off by its overpowering odor.
19 Chaoyang Gongyuan Nanlu, east of Chaoyang Park south gate, Beijing, 100015, China