Top 10 Halal Restaurants in Beijing

Last updated by fadri at 2013-11-4

Top 1: Hong Bin Lou Restaurant

Established in the 3rd year (1853 A.D.) during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng in Qing Dynasty, Hong Bin Lou Restaurant has a history of 152 years. It was first set up in Tianjin Municipal City, and was a well-known halal restaurant back then. In 1955, Premier Zhou Enlai invited it to enter Beijing. After that, Hong Bin Lou Restaurant gradually won its fame in Beijing. It was honored as the “Best Halal Restaurant in Beijing” by gastronomes, Muslims and other people.
Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 15, Bus 26, Bus 45, Bus 65, Bus 101, Bus 319, Bus 489, Bus 714, Bus 614 and Bus 697, and get off at Baiwanzhong Dongkou Station. Or, they can take Subway Line 2 and get off at Fuchengmen Station. Then they can walk out of the exit of Huanlian Mall and take Bus 614, Bus 714 and Bus 489 to Baiwanzhuang Dongkou Station.

Opening Hours: 11: 00 a.m. – 9: 00 p.m.

Tel Number: 010-68994560 68992569

Special Cuisine: Whole lamb banquet, braised vegetables, braised ox tail in brown sauce etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 70 RMB per person.

Location: No. 11 Zhanlan Road, Xicheng District.

Top 2: Kao Rou Wan Restaurant

Kao Rou Wan Restaurant is the oldest and the most famous roast meat shop in Beijing. Set up in the 25th year (1686 A.D.) during the reign of Emperor Kangxi in Qing Dynasty, it has a history of more than 320 years. Kao Rou Wan Restaurant is most famous for its roasted beef. Their roast beef is as tender as bean curd. People can eat the roast beef with special sauce here and sweet garlic. Even many art masters such as Zhang Daqian, Mei Lanfang, Ma Lianliang, Qi Baishi etc. are frequent callers here.

Special Cuisine: Braised beef strips, spicy lamb chop, fried mutton fillet in sweet sauce etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 60 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 58 Nan Lishi Road, Xicheng District. (100 meters south of Children’s Hospital)

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 15, Bus 19, Bus 42, Bus 46, Bus 56, Bus 623 and Bus 697, and get off at Beijing Ertong Yiyuan Ximen Station.

Opening Hours: 6: 30 a.m. – 9: 00 a.m. and 10: 30 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-68028180.

Top 3: You Yi Shun Restaurant

Brief Introduction: You Yi Shun Restaurant is a well-known halal restaurant in Beijing. It was set up on August 8th, 1948. Before the establishment of You Yi Shun Restaurant, Dong Lai Shun Restaurant, famous for its instant-boiled mutton, represent the eastern school of halal food, while Xi Lai Shun Restaurant, well-knowm for its stir-fries, represents the western school of halal food. However, You Yi Shun Restaurant has combined the strengths of the two schools, and created a style of one's own.

Special Cuisine: Shrimp balls with summer fruit, roasted lamb leg, entrails soup, fried sheep tail etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 55 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 28 Huangsi Street, Xicheng District.

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 123 and get off at Huangsi Dajie Xikou Station. Or, they can also take Bus 55, Bus 83, Bus 305, Bus 315, Bus 344, Bus 345, Bus 625, Bus 670, Bus 909, Bus 919 and Bus 949, and get off at Madian Qiao Nan Station.

Opening Hours: 10: 30 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-82022934 62005848.

Top 4: Dong Lai Shun Restaurant (Xizhimen subbranch)

Dong Lai Shun Restaurant is an old and famous restaurant in Beijing. In the previous century, Dong Lai Shun, as an important branch of Jinghua style of cooking, has contributed a lot to the development and innovation of Beijing cuisine. It won its fame as early as the 1930s. Dong Lai Shun is mostly famous for its instant-boiled mutton. The sliced mutton in Dong Lai Shun is extremely thin and even. So, it is tasty but not greasy. Apart from instant-boiled mutton, other halal dishes like fried mutton fillet in sweet sauce, boiled mutton are also attractive.

Special Cuisine: Instant-boiled mutton, fried mutton fillet in sweet sauce.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 88 RMB per person.

Location: 3rd floor of Chengming Building Tower D, No.2 Xizhimen Nei South Street, Xicheng District.

Getting There: Tourists can take Subway Line 2 or Subway Line 4, get off at Xizhimen Station and get out of the station from Exit C. Or, they can take Bus 111, Bus 105, Bus 7, Bus 618, Bus 808, Bus 44, Bus 387 etc. to get there.

Opening Hours: 11: 00 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-51901730 51901777

Top 5: Wang De Lou Restaurant

Located on Di’anmen Wai Street, Wang De Lou Restaurant has an excellent public reputation for its tasty halal food. Tourists can taste various kinds of food here. The first floor of the restaurant mostly provide light meals and snacks. Tables on this floor are separated by screens. The second floor is relatively more gorgeous, and all the dishes here are halal dishes. Moreover, the price of the dishes here is reasonable. After the restaurant was decorated, the dining environment and service here have been greatly improved. So, it is a good choice for friends and families getting together.

Special Cuisine: Mutton and bread pieces in soup, fried shrimps, spicy bean curd, scrambled beef fillet with preserved apricot etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 60 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 26 Di’anmen Wai Street, Xicheng District. (Right between Gulou East Street and Gulou West Street)

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 5, Bus 60, Bus 82, Bus 107, Bus 124 and Bus 635, and get off at Gulou Station.

Opening Hours: 6: 00 a.m. – 9: 00 a.m. and 11: 00 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-64022589 64041818.

Top 6: Yi Tiao Long Restaurant

Set up in the 50th year (1785 A.D.) during the reign of Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dynasty, Yi Tiao Long Restaurant is a famous halal restaurant in Beijing. It was identified as an old and famous brand by Ministry of Commerce in 2006. In fact, it was originally named as Nan Heng Shun Restaurant. It changed its name because Emperor Guangxu once came and ate a meal here. the restaurant is a 3-storey building. The first floor provide Beijing instant-boiled mutton; the second provides halal stir-fries; and the third floor can cater for banquets.

Special Cuisine: roast whole lamb, boiled mutton eaten with hands, lamb shashlik etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 55 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 27 Qianmen Street, Chongwen District.

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 5, Bus 8, Bus 17, Bus 22, Bus 48, Bus 59, Bus 66, Bus 69, Bus 71, Bus 82, Bus 120, Bus 126, Bus 301, Bus 626, Bus 646, Bus 690, Bus 692 and Bus 729, and get off at Qianmen Station. Or, they can also take Subway Line 2, and get off at Qianmen Station.

Opening Hours: 10: 00 a.m. – 9: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-63037895 63044638

Top 7: Pa Mi Er Restaurant

Pa Mi Er Restaurant is on the northwest corner of Baiyun Lu Bridge. Covering an area of 480 square meters, it can accommodate 260 people at a time. Pa Mi Er Restaurant has absorbed the quintessence of halal food, and introduced the local tastes. So, the dishes here are tasty but not greasy, fresh without the smell of mutton. Many gastronomes have recommended Pa Mi Er Restaurant as their favorite. Especially, the lamb shashlik here is very big, so that people with a small appetite may feel full with only 2 lamb shashliks. Also, braised chicken with potato and green pepper here is a signature dish as well, attracting many customers every day.

Special Cuisine: boiled mutton eaten with hands, roast whole lamb, lamb shashlik, home-made yoghourt etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 45 RMB or so per person.

Location: Bing No.3 Lianhuachi East Road, Xicheng District.

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 47, Bus 650, Bus 9, Bus 823, Bus 26, Bus 54 etc. and get off at Baiyunqiao Station or Baiyunguan Station.

Opening Hours: 11: 00 a.m. – 2: 00 p.m. and 4: 30 a.m. – 9: 30 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-63263635 63263860

Top 8: Ju Bao Yuan Restaurant

Ju Bao Yuan Restaurant is an old and famous restaurant near Niujie Street. It is famous for its instant-boiled mutton. The mutton here is tender and fresh. However, the service here is just so-so. The sesame seed cake here is also famous and tasty. The sauce here is unique and carefully made. So, when eating the instant-boiled mutton, customers should eat it together with caraway and chopped green onion, dip it into the sauce, and then eat it. Sweet garlic and sesame seed cakes are also essential when eating in this restaurant. Tips: people have to reserve a seat ahead of time, or they may wait long to have a meal here.

Special Cuisine: Ju Bao Yuan fat beef slices, Spanish mackerel meatballs, sesame seed cake etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 50 RMB or so per person.

Location: Room 5-2, No. 1 Commerce Building, Niujie Street Xili, Xuanwu District.

Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 10, Bus 88, Bus 717 and Bus 48, and get of at Niujie Street.

Opening Hours: 11: 00 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-83545602.

Top 9: Xi Lai Shun Restaurant

Set up in the 19th year (1930 A.D.) of the Republic of China, Xi Lai Shun Restaurant is a two-storey building. The waiters and waitresses here can use English and Arabic to communicated with customers. Xi Lai Shun Restaurant is the representative restaurant of West school of halal food. The dishes in Xi Lai Shun Restaurant use fine materials, so they are usually beautiful in design. Xi Lai Shun Restaurant is good at frying, sauté, boiling, roasting etc. Xi Lai Shun Restaurant was identified as a four-star restaurant In 2006, and an old and famous restaurant by Chinese Ministry of Commerce in 2007.
Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 7 and Bus 15 to get there. Or, they can also take Subway Line 2, get off at Hepingmen Station, and get out of the subway station from the northeast exit.

Special Cuisine: Ma Lianliang Duck, marmite shark fin, cooked tripe of sheep or swine, fried mutton fillet in sweet sauce etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 50 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 116 North Xinhua Street, Heping Men, Xicheng District.

Opening Hours: 10: 30 a.m. – 10: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-66015996 66015189.

Top 10: Hu Guo Si Eating House

Hu Guo Si Eating House is famous for its cheap price and good snacks. There is a variety of snacks here, all of which are traditional Chinese snacks, such as snowballing usury, fried sugar cake, Dou Zhi (a fermented drink made from ground beans), seasoned millet mush, chopped entrails soup and so on. The eating house is not big, and the light is quite dim. However, the snacks here are so delicious that customer can totally forget the unpleasant environment.
Getting There: Tourists can take Bus 105, Bus 111 and Bus 83, and get off at Ping’anli Lukou Bei Station. Or, they can take Bus 111, Bus 22, Bus 38, Bus 88, Bus 409, Bus 626, Bus 690, Bus 608, Bus 609 and Bus 626, and get off at Huguosi Station. In addition, people can also tale Subway Line 4, and get off at Ping’anli Station.

Special Cuisine: Fried butter cake, snowballing usury, pea flour cake, seasoned millet mush etc.

Average Consumer Expenditure: 15 RMB or so per person.

Location: No. 93 Huguosi Street, Xicheng District.

Opening Hours: 5: 30 a.m. – 9: 00 p.m.

Tel No.: 010-66181705 83281700

 

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