Another restaurant in the series – Xi He Yayuan – located at our Shanghai office on the 6th floor of Raffles City Changning.
Another type of hotpot, Instant Boiled Mutton 涮(shuàn)羊肉, doesn’t sound like much. But the knowledge and technique behind it has been passed down for hundreds of years.
It is a strange name for a restaurant but nothing was more appropriate for a Beijing restaurant that focused on traditional Peking food.
At Made in China, the hearty stewed Northeastern beast gets placated with a self-consciously designed dark wood and steel eatery; floor-to-ceiling shelves stocked with erguotou spirits and a stylishly exposed kitchen behind glass. But don’t be fooled by the hotel location.