The King’s Joy brand was founded more than half a century ago & has matured into a major culinary force throughout the China region internationally; garnering many international accolades awards. King’s Joy has received recognition by La Liste to be ranked amongst the best restaurants of the world, coverage in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times & many other media outlets. In 2012, King’s Joy again embarked on a venture to provide innovative, healthy, natural, vegetarian cuisine to the public promoting a mindful sustainable lifestyle. November 28th 2019; Michelin launched its first guide in Beijing, awarding King's Joy as one of the only two; 2 star restaurants in Beijing. King's Joy offers set menus starting from 699RMB per person as well as afternoon tea with an additional 10% service charge. In addition to our main dining hall, we provide a total of 7 VIP private rooms. To reserve a room, the minimum expenditure is from 899RMB per person with an additional 15% service fee.
Mandarin Grill + Bar takes a traditional approach to serving prime imported steaks and seafood. Whether it is delicately-cooked tenderloin or grilled Dover Sole, the chefs offer superb renditions of culinary classics, using seasonal ingredients. The seamless service and tasteful décor make this a peerless dining experience. It is also the only Beijing luxury-hotel grill that offers impressive garden-terrace views of the Forbidden City.The Wangfu Room, which can seat 12 people, is a discreet option for private parties, or business discussions.
Mio means “my” in Italian, and you’ll feel perfectly at home in this welcoming Italian restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing. Featuring two open kitchens, Mio offers modern Italian cuisine, including a selection of tapas. Mio is a 1 Michelin Star winner awarded by the Michelin Guide Beijing 2021.
On the 27th floor of the new skyscraper sits HIYA, a Japanese lzakaya-inspired restaurant, helmed by Jason Atherton, the Michelin-starred London-based restaurateur. The menu marries Japanese and Western flavours; sashimi with careful garnishes, designed to enhance the flavour of the fish and a grill serving premium wagyu sirloin and other delicacies designed and served for sharing.
Discover innovative interpretations of classic Cantonese and Sichuan fare at Li Xuan, the signature Chinese restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu. Colorful decor features vibrant flowers and brocade, inspired by the ancient Shu civilization. Here, contemporary sensibilities blend seamlessly with a deep appreciation for China’s millennia-old culinary culture; flavorful dishes include double-boiled sea conch and Dan Dan noodles with pork.
Located at the 29th floor, ROOF is an open-air lounge area offers guests a comfortable and intimate setting for casual drinks with one of the most spectacular panoramic views of Pudong from the Bund. The main bar and high seating is enclosed within a wooden trellis intertwined with climbing ivy, where an open-air lounge area offers guests a comfortable and intimate setting for casual drinks with a view. From here, EDITION’s exclusive mixologists serve a range of classic and innovative libations.
Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton leads his culinary expertise to Shanghai Tavern. Restaurant offers all-day dining with a menu of seasonal, contemporary European Brasserie. The design of the All-Day Dining restaurant seeks to reference the layers of history behind the Shanghai Power Company Building and create a communal space that has been interior designed for pocketed intimacy.