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Bars & Cafes
Sheng Tao Sha Tea House serves an array of blended infusions and brews. Visitors to China shouldn't miss out an experience at the famed tea houses, which also double as a melting pot of sorts. Apart from tea and coffee, cocktails, fruit juices and local wines are also served.
Beijing Sammie's located within the Beijing Language Institute is a perfect place to hangout for the students. Grab a bite of the tasty cookies or brownies. For the health conscious, they serve the garden salads. Get the much needed rush with the assortment of sweets offered. Discuss the assignment or simply share the latest gossip over a cuppa. All in all, a hassle free and pleasant experience is guaranteed.
Minglanxuan tea house is one of many oases of tranquility in Beijing.The log furniture, the lamps and lanterns, the superficial tea set and glass windows accentuate the relaxed sprightly atmosphere here. The teahouse can accommodate upto 30 person in its halls and rooms.Musicians from the China conservatory's student association plays traditional music which enjoys great popularity.
The Grill, located in Radisson SAS Hotel, Beijing is an up class and trendy restaurant. It specializes in mouth watering seafood delicacies. The lobsters, crabs and king prawns are cooked up using finest and freshest ingredients, well made and nicely presented. The chef uses the right ingredients in the right amount to prepare scrumptious meal. Team your meal along with the wine available and you'll have the perfect dining experience.
If you're in search of a nice place to chill out with your friends then you should head to Lobby Lounge and Bar situated in Radisson SAS Hotel, Beijing. The well lit decor with cushioned seats will provide you comfort. The ambiance is very soothing and the live piano playing helps you unwind and relax. The cocktails available will refresh you as you sink into the relaxed mood of this place. This is a great place to hold a conversation over a couple of nice cocktails.
Enjoy delicious Mediterranean food in an attractive setting. The emphasis here is on Italian cuisine, with a sprinkling of Spanish dishes. Many long-term residents claim this is just about the best Western food available in Beijing. Tastefully decorations create a warm ambiance, with dark yellow walls and colorful stained-glass windows and matching glasses. There is a good selection of pasta, steak, lamb and salmon, all accompanied by zucchini, carrots and crunchy potatoes. Antipasti or salads offer salami, Parmesan cheese, grilled eggplant, artichoke hearts, black olives, garlic shrimps, mussels and more.
Serving the finest quality beer and freshly baked pizzas, the Red House has become a popular haunt for the student population around this neighborhood. The Goulash and the Belgian beer are favorites with the regulars at this joint. The unpretentious setting and the music also draws in the crowd, guaranteeing a well spent evening.
Be it the exam blues or a carefree chat with pals, college buddies love to hangout at the Xue Hua Café. With the bright sunlight streaming through the large windows and a cup of steaming coffee, it's a perfect place to read your favorite book. Relax with the variety of juices offered or gorge on the delcious rice cakes. A perfect chill out zone for the students.
With a brightly colored interior and internet access, Cafe Yogur Berry is a cheerful place. The frozen yogurt can come topped with any number treats: strawberries, tapioca balls, and cherry tomatoes for instance. Everything is low in fat and without added sugar, so no chocolaty toppings are available.
Looking forward for a small tea party, then drop in at Ming-tai Chashi. Be it the ambiance or the back drop music, simplicity is the key word here. Sip on the varieties of tea it has to offer while reading your favorite book or just catch up with your buddies over a cuppa.. Soft lighting and serene music relaxes you. The decor is punctuated with bamboo lamps and tables, giving it an authentic touch. Friendly and prompt service peps up your lazy afternoon.
This, the city's only chain tea house, has a simple motto—"A quiet setting is required for quality tea consumption." The interior is traditional, with light colored wood paneling and displays of tea making paraphernalia. Seating options include conventional tables, sunken, padded or close to the floor. Most tea comes with a ceremony, and a two-tiered cart of nuts, dried fruit and cookie-type things will occasionally roll by the table. Other branches are at Cofco Plaza, Xue Yuan South Road, Asian Games Village, Times Square, North Third Ring Road, Yan Shu, Fu Cheng Men, Ma Lian Dao and Di An Men.
Rookle Bar is a open college-style music bar in the Haidian District of Beijing. A nice place full of energy to spend the night away. It is frequented by young Chinese university students, so it is a great place to make friends with the locals. So if you want to down a few drinks while listening to music you should head to the Rookle Bar.