Beijing

Thursday 5 september
Friday 6 september
Saturday 7 september
Sunday 8 september

Capital of the People's Republic of China

Sometimes referred to as Mandarin or Imperial cuisine, Beijing's food features a range of dishes and desserts influenced by different Chinese culinary traditions. Since the climate is not suitable for rice growing, wheat, in the form of noodles or bread, is the main starchy food. Another of its key characteristics is a pronounced taste for strong-flavoured roots and vegetables such as pepper, garlic, ginger, leeks, chives and coriander.

The Ambassador of Beijing: Quanjude Beijing duck restaurant

Menu

Thursday

  • Crispy fried fish fillet.
    Allergens: gluten, eggs, milk, fish.
     
  • Wan dou huang (duckling-shaped pea paste) & Chinese spring rolls.
    Allergens: gluten, milk, eggs, soybeans.

Friday

  • Fried chicken.
    Allergens: gluten, milk, eggs, sesame, soybeans.
     
  • Lvdagun (fried chop rice cake with red bean paste) & Wan dou huang (duckling-shaped pea paste).
    Allergens: gluten, milk, eggs.

Saturday

  • Pan-fried Bean Curd Rolls with Shrimps.
    Allergens: gluten, milk,eggs, soybeans, crustaceans.
     
  • Old Beijing ice-sugar gourd & Wan dou huang (duckling-shaped pea paste).
    Allergens: gluten, milk, eggs.

Sunday

  • Sweet and sour chicken with pineapple.
    Allergens: gluten.
     
  • Lvdagun (fried chop rice cake with red bean paste) & Wan dou huang (duckling-shaped pea paste).
    Allergens: gluten, milk, eggs.