The Chinese people have been living in Beijing for decades. Most of them are very fond of eating. Now there are many foreign residents in Beijing who come to live here. They are also very fond of the Chinese people. The senior tourists are also a must-see place in Beijing. The front door is very close to Tian'anmen Square. A few minutes walk, and after eating, you can also walk around the big fence.
Located in the north of Qianmen Street, Beijing, across is the Great Barrier Commercial Street, next door is another old name, Minhou. Founded in 1738, Qianlong three years, has been almost 300 years.
Good environment, warm service, delicious taste, not many kinds, but are very wonderful, especially delicious, Sanxianshaoxiaozhai is delicious, Qianlong cabbage is delicious, the soup is also very delicious, just less people can not taste too much food, come back to try other food next time.
I came to Beijing four times. The second time I checked in was all at one place. The first time I went to the Qianmen Street store. I didn’t feel experienced at that time. This time I went to one place beside the South Gate of the Temple of Heaven. The taste was very good. The mixed siu mai and pork siu mai, 9 large ones, 3 small ones, and broccoli soy sauce are delicious, like the steamed fish soy sauce in Guangzhou. I also ordered the old Beijing yogurt, which is relatively sweet. The price is not bad, I didn't see any group buying at the beginning, but it is more favorable if there are group buying. When you come during the Spring Festival, take your body temperature when you come in to eat.
Three fresh roasted wheat, lamb roasted wheat, dry fried small balls, almond tofu, pea yellow are all good.
There is a siu-mai restaurant, which was opened in the third year of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1738). The entrepreneur was named Wang and was originally from Shanxi. It was a small hotel at the beginning, in the east of Qianmenwai Dajie Road and south of Xianyukou. After making money, he built a small building with a facade in the seventh year of Qianlong (1742). The operating varieties include boiled peanuts, rose dates, malian meat, dried meat and other side dishes. In the seventeenth year of Qianlong, the emperor gave him a name and gave him a "tiger head" plaque. During the Tongzhi period, siu mai was added, which is not only thin and full, but also very delicious. During the Anti-Japanese War, although Duyi was spared from closing down, business remained sluggish. It was not until the liberation of Beijing that it was reborn. Duyi’s siu-mai restaurant is located at No.36 East of the bustling Qianmen Avenue Road, Beijing. Varieties of siu mai, fried triangle, malian meat and Shandong style stir-fry. There are 8 roasted wheat in a cage and a plate of mustard.