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China Daily Global | Updated: 2019-11-08 08:35

Crustacean sensation

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Jing Yaa Tang's executive chef Li Dong has created a seasonal crab menu, which will run through Dec 6, after leading his team on a trip to Yangcheng Lake in Jiangsu province. Avocado crabmeat tartar is a fresh starter. Pan-fried buns stuffed with crabmeat, crab roe, black truffles and mushrooms is another highlight, as the freshness from the mountains and the sea combines to create a tasty sensation.

B1, No 11 Sanlitunlu, Chaoyang district, Beijing. 010-6410-5230.

Spicy winter warmer

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Beijing Rasoi (Hindi for Beijing Kitchen) bills itself as "the capital's first upscale Indian restaurant". Its fine wines, imported Kingfisher beer and authentic Indian dishes, complete with homemade, spongy-soft paneer, all testify to its claim that you can dine like a diplomat or CEO, savoring dal, roti, raita, biryani and chicken tikka masala over a business lunch.

No 106, Caochang, 19 Tianze Road, Chaoyang district, Beijing. 131-2650-0383.

Authentic Thai food

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The whole team of chefs and service staff at Lanna Thai Cuisine Restaurant in Beijing are from Thailand. Some popular Thai snacks, such as the curry sausage, spicy-and-sour raw shrimp, and scallop salad are as authentic as you will find outside of Thailand.

3F, Yintai Center, No 2 Jianguomenwai Dajie, Chaoyang district, Beijing.

Crab'em while you can

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Sifangsanchuan restaurant has created seven crab dishes to celebrate the crab season. They will be available through Dec 15. Drunken crab, steamed crab, spicy-fried and boiled varieties - each uncovers different possibilities. Be sure to finish with the creative crab egg tart.

2F, Nansanlitunlu, Chaoyang district, Beijing. 010-8588-7150.

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(China Daily Global 11/08/2019 page14)

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