Restaurant Xinjiang Red Rose 7 Xingfu Yicun alley (opposite Worker's Stadium north gate), Chaoyang district Beijing China Published on: 04-08-2016
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Why Xinjiang Red Rose Restaurant is special ?
Beijing’s most famous Xinjiang restaurant serves some of the best lamb skewers around matched by enormous servings of dishes like dapan ji (a chicken, potato and pepper stew), latiaozi (noodles with a spicy tomato sauce) and baked flatbread (nang). Nightly performances (starting at 7.40pm) feature live music and belly dancers with snakes – you might find yourself dragged onto the stage to join in.
Sit down for a plate of excellent dapanji (chicken with handmade noodles and vegetables), roast goat or the popular lamb kebabs at this boisterous place. It's a good place to take visitors for a lively evening. The song and dance routines and beautiful Uigher dancing girls may just get you out of your seat.
- A proper night out
- Very Fun Show
- Good food and service
- Very reasonable price
- Great place with good foods
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal YES
Xinjiang Red Rose 7 Xingfu Yicun alley (opposite Worker's Stadium north gate), Chaoyang district Beijing China
Tips for you
Been there with a couple of friends and had one of the most dining experiences in Beijing! Although the prices are not very low (but still quite affordable, we paid about 120 RMB each), we all loved all the food there! Apparently a bit earlier in the evening there was a live performance and the volume was excessively high, conversation is not really an option in that case... Still, recommended!
Latest incident in Tiananmen Square reminds me of a delightful evening in this restaurant about a year ago. Services are casual, but evidently amicable. All lamb dishes are the best of category worldwide. Variety of wines are worth tasting, too. It takes good ten minutes walk along a dusty road from the nearest underground station, but this is a dinner to succulent to miss, if you have a night free in Beijing. Hope they keep up a tough time ahead.