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The Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Qianmen, Beijing

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Updated: 23 January 2018
If you feel like traditional Beijing breakfast, Qianmen will never bore you, even if you come here seven days a week. If you fancy Western brunch, it would be a special experience to have Western food in the most traditional area of Beijing. Below are the best breakfast and brunch spots in Qianmen.

Tian Xing Ju

Diner, Restaurant, Chinese, $$$
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Beijing cuisine is not only known for the Peking Roast Duck, and imperial court snacks, but also hardcore snacks that feature either intestines or fermented materials. Tian Xing Ju is the forefather of Stewed Liver; the dish was invented by Hui Xing Ju, a restaurant later merged with Tian Xing Ju in 1894.

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Yutai Dongfang

Patisserie, Tea Room, Chinese, $$$
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Nearly all the Wuyutai teahouses in Beijing have a signature motcha/scented tea ice cream cone, but only the Wuyutai in Qianmen has Yutai Dongfang, where you can try tea-flavored Baumkuchen, cookies, and jelly desserts.

#吴裕泰#beijing

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Menkuang Pot Sticker

Diner, Restaurant, Chinese, $$$
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The Pot Sticker — a kind of fried dumpling with two sides left open — is said to have originated in Shandong and can be found mostly in north China now. Menkuang is a famous local diner that specializes in Pot Sticker. Veggies can feel free to dine there as well; Menkuang also has vegetable Pot Stickers.

#北京#前门#门框锅贴

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Grandma’s Kitchen

Restaurant, American, Italian, $$$
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If you are around the Qianmen area and fancy some Western brunch, then Grandma’s Kitchen is your place. It provides classical American breakfasts and Western main dishes like hamburger, pastas and pizzas. Having ‘grandma’ in its name, the restaurant indeed has a home-like atmosphere, which is suitable for families with kids.

#祖母的厨房 #暖暖

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Vege Tiger

Restaurant, Restaurant with Rooms, Chinese, $$$
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If you are a vegetarian and would like to have Chinese food for breakfast at a decent restaurant, then look no further than Vege Tiger. The chain restaurant is one of the top vegan restaurants in Beijing.

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Living Room Coffee

Cafe, Chinese, $$$
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Walking into this café is like stepping into an old friend’s living room in a hutong house. Rather than welcoming you with very enthusiastic service, the café makes people keep coming back with its good coffee, made from its home-baked coffee beans and delicious and healthy sandwiches and desserts.

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Hongzhuangyuan

Diner, Restaurant, Chinese, $$$
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Chinese people believe that it’s healthy to eat porridge for breakfasts. The chain restaurant is one of the go-to places for locals who like porridges. Other than traditional porridges, both salty and sweet, the restaurant also provides Chinese snacks and main dishes like Haricot Bean Noodles and Onion Pancake.

#beijing #我的北京 #hongzhuangyuan #宏状元

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