Beijing life is busy, with school, work, social meetings, church, and more I give myself time to still explore and take advantage of my few time left here. I went to eat Yunnan food with some friends, it was a special occasion since we were celebrating a friend’s birthday. She picked the restaurant and could have not chosen better than this.
brown sticky rice
Dinner time is a perfect excuse to go out of campus and try new dishes around the area, so we went to eat hot pot. Our local friend, Wang Gang, took us to 北京阳坊大都羊肉 Beijing Yangfang Dadu Yangrou restaurant in Wudaoko. It was the first time I had hot pot and I loved it. This Chinese dish has a history of more than 1,000 years. It was originated in the north of China where people have to fend off the cold weather, and it used to be favored in winter. Now it is eaten throughout all seasons and it is part of the traditional Chinese dishes. The pot is divided in two sides, one is (really) spicy the other one is not.
Beijing has opened my appetite to new flavors and different types of food. The smell of every restaurant and bakery shop I walk by makes my mouth water. I am always looking forward to my next meal! I spent my first couple of days in the central area of Beijing and there are tons of restaurants which serve traditional Chinese food. Not like the Chinese food we eat at the restaurants int the US. This is a lot better and because I am not selfish I’m gonna share with you! Continue Reading