Beijing Fangshan Restaurant probably serves the most typical Man Han Quan Xi. This restaurant's history dated back to 1925 when Zhao Renzai, one of the imperial chefs of the Qing Court, with many of his friends, launched this restaurant inside the Beihai Park. Originally called Fangshan Teahouse, the restaurant was noted for its real imperial cuisines and ding sung. Now the restaurant maintains its old positive reputation of choosing the best materials and strictly following the original preparation expertise. Now on the menu 134 hot courses and 48 cold courses are listed. If you come in small group and do not want to be "an extravagant emperor" you do not have to order all. Order the mini Man Han Quan Xi instead; you will obtain a general idea about this fabulous feast.