This fancy restaurant is one of the few establishments that ranks five out of five on Chinese food review website Dianping, the equivalent of Yelp in China, and is packed every night. Najia Xiaoguan... Read More
This fancy restaurant is one of the few establishments that ranks five out of five on Chinese food review website Dianping, the equivalent of Yelp in China, and is packed every night. Najia Xiaoguan serve traditional cuisine of Manchu, the ethnic group originated from northeast China who ran the last dynasty in the country. According to the restaurant, it cooks "Najia Cuisine", which originated in 1748 and features a collection of dishes that were favored by government officials and aristocrats at the time. Expect to see more heavy game meat here than in other Chinese restaurants, such as venison. The dining area is spacious and all the details is Chinese exquisite from tip to toe. If your per head bill is around RMB100 (USD16.5) then this is your top choice for elaborate food and plenty of character.
2 Jiuxianqiao North Rd
- Best Restaurants: "Enjoy a variety of elaborate dishes favored by Chinese imperial officials and aristocrats from the 18th century in this atmospheric restaurant."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Must orders are the "imperial pot" which is a thick soup cooked with a number of exotic ingredients, including deer's sinew and fish skin.