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Life in Beijing - Food

Beijing is famous for not really having any food to call it's own (with the possible exception of Beijing Roast Duck) but food from all over China is found in Beijing.

The local food in Beijing is typically Northern Chinese, meaning there are a lot of noodles, somewhat spicy food and wonderful steamed, fried or boiled dumplings. A meal from stalls on the street-side selling barbecued kebabs or dumplings will probably cost you around 5RMB (Chinese Yuan), while a small restaurant could be from 8RMB - 20RMB for a tasty meal.

For those of you looking to go upscale, a meal in Quanjude restaurant, China's most famous restaurant for roast duck could set you back just 150RMB.


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