Beijing Duck is undoubtedly the first food you must eat in Beijing. As far as I know, in Spain they almost don't eat duck at all, but when the Spanish taste duck for the first time they just love it so much. There are many ways to cook duck; however, roasted duck is the best one. And Beijing Roasted Duck is the specialty of Beijing, or the most popular dish. You should go to Quanjude Beijing Duck Restaurant which is the oldest and the best traditional Beijing duck restaurant. 198 RMB/duck.
It's the most popular food among the young people in Beijing for it's fast, delicious, simple, and the bars have a loose atmosphere to chat with friends, to drink bears, to draw pictures on the walls, you can just do whatever you wanna do in this small space. If you like fast food bars like Tapas Bars in Spain, you'll like this form of eating. And if you're a fashion traveller, you should join this! There are many interesting wings bars, like this one which is my best love.
It's called Poached Sliced Beef in Hot Chili Oil in English. It's one of the favorite dishes of Beijing’s people. It's hot, spicy, and the beef is so tender, just like tofu. If you like spicy food, this will be your best choice! You can find it at almost all restaurants that serve national dishes.
Xiehuang Toufu is one of the best ways of cooking tofu – with eggs and a little bit crab roe. It's very soft, very tender. It has a lovely look and a great taste. It’s not spicy, not sour, and not salty. It’s the best choice for a sensitive stomach or for children.
This dish is made up of steamed spareribs served with a type of rice that is smaller and rounder in shape than the most commonly used rice. It's always served in a bamboo stem that can give the food the fragrance of the wood. Well, this is my favorite dish because the meat is very tender and the taste is just fantastic! It’s not spicy, has no strange flavors, and is loved by everybody.