Daily: 11:30 - 14:30
Daily: 17:30 - 22:30
Beijing No. 1 serves Tan Cuisine, one of the most famous imperial cuisines rarely served outside of China's capital, prepared and watch mainly by veteran chefs. This restaurant is set to accommodate 120 diners with a grand main dining hall and private dining rooms to cater large group of people.
Nice decor. Seeing a few reviews here, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the food was really excellent. Good value for a fine dining establishment. Stylistically it is quite refined, bal;ancing textures and flavours well.
Went there today - menu and staff were misleading. Got convinced to order the more expensive shark's fin soup, but at $68++ per serving, disappointed with shreds of fin. Overall pretty disappointing experience.
Service was pretty decent, except for the usher, who was extremely friendly and inviting when trying to convince us to dine there, but pretended to be engaged in conversation as we paid up and were leaving - totally pretentious!
Went there on a saturday night to try out their food, saw their advertisement on channel U about their pan-fried pork dumplings. The food was not expensive, what i heard was they have changed their menu and will changing again next month with more choice and more affordable price.
Was shocked to see that they actually sell shark's fin at 398++ per bowl, however their waiter/waitress explained to us that the shark's fin they use were jinshan's shark's fin an20 it's the best grade. Well.... only rich people eat that.
Overall spent $300++ for a table of 11+1baby. The food was nice, suitable for children also. Majority of their food were non-spicy and cost around 20++ onwards. They have this promotion menu at only $6++ per plate which can be shared approx 2-3pax.
So far, i think their prices and food taste better than imperial treasure, especially their peking duck taste delicious!! I see not much difference between their both restaurant's price.