This small but perennially popular spot offers the distinctive cumin-spiced lamb kebabs, crispy nan bread, homemade yogurt, and hand-pulled noodle specialties that come from China's far northwestern province, Xinjiang. The huge dapanji adds slow-cooked chicken on the bone to a savory broth of potatoes, veggies, and noodles. The dan xian subing kaorou is a crispy vegetable and egg pie with a huge mound of lamb and onions piled on top. The house's mint tea makes a refreshing change from the jasmine version. The green and gold décor outside, and the restaurant's name itself, hint at the Muslim faith of the Chinese proprietors.
Off Chaoyangmen Beixiaojie, 16 Dongsi Liutiao
Our Rating Neighborhood Dongcheng District Hours Daily 10am–11:30pm Transportation
Metro: ZhangzizhongluPhone 010/6400-5281 Prices Meal for two, 200RMB–300RMB Cuisine Type Chinese
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