Three Guizhouren: "A taste of the deep south" Top 5 Page for this destination Three Guizhou Men Tip by mke1963

Three Guizhou Men, Beijing: 1 reviews and 0 photos

It's a long, long way to Guizhou from Beijing, and there are not a lot of Guizhou restaurants in the big city, but Three Guizhouren is an impressive addition to Beijing's expanding culinary attractions.
The restaurant uses a cool mixture of avant-garde glass, minimalist furniture and photographs of the Miao minority: it all makes for interesting surroundings throughout the meal.
You are shown to your table by a chuckling lady dressed in the full Miao regalia, clattering and clinking as she slides between the tables. The waitresses are in simple brown peasant costume, and all carry one of the embroidered bags that you see on the tourist markets of Yunnan and Guizhou - who would have ever thought you would see one of these carried without it looking completely out of place?
The menu - in English and Chinese - is varied, but is heavy on fish and plenty of vegetable dishes as well.

Favorite Dish: The ginger chicken salad was good, but suffered from having vast numbers of bone fragments throughout.
The food could have been better: it felt a bit heavy, but the variety and the Guizhou style made up for the eeling that everything had been overcooked.

Address: Soho 7, East 3rd Ring Road
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Soho Building 7 is at he very back (west) of the new Soho complex, at the junction of the E3rd and Jianguomenwaidajie.
Phone: 5869 0626
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 3
Theme: Other

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 10, 2004
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