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    Singapore food festival

    Grand Millennium Beijing is celebrating Singapore Food Festival from Aug 1 to 12 with a sumptuous spread of Singapore satay, Singaporean-style Hainan roasted chicken rice, Bak Kut Teh, chili crab and cereal prawn, all specially prepared by its executive chef Charlie Chang from Singapore. Buffet dinner costs 256 yuan each person, with 20 percent off for Singaporean guests.

    010-8587-6888 Ext 3012

    Japanese cuisine

    Sample Japanese cuisine at the Keikoku Japanese Restaurant in Hotel Kunlun. Designed like a traditional Japanese fishing village, the restaurant includes private tatami rooms, robatayaki, as well as teppanyaki, promising patrons an authentic Japanese culinary experience.

    010-6590-3388 Ext 5695

    Mooncake gift boxes

    InterContinental Beijing Financial Street offers eight types of mooncake gift boxes with prices starting from 148 yuan for each box.

    010-5852-5105

    Turkish flavor

    A one-week Turkish food festival is launched at the Kempinski Beijing, in an effort to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between China and Turkey. Along with two guest chefs from Ankara, the culinary team of the hotel will present an array of authentic Turkish cuisine. Open for dinner at 6 pm until Aug 12.

    010-6410-4008

    French chef

    The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street, in partnership with Air France invites Michel Portos, a two-Michelin star chef from Bordeaux, France. From Aug 27- Sept 3, Portos will present his signature dishes such as foie gras de canard, grilled sardines, turbot with sea urchin and more.

    010-6626-6996

    Old favorites in new form

    Grand Hotel Beijing's mooncakes are based on some of the hotel's most famous Chinese dishes. Fillings include Buddha Jumps Over the Wall Soup as also egg yolk and lotus paste, and abalone. The more ordinary fillings include spicy beef and egg yolk, icy red bean paste, pine nut and jujube paste.

    010-6513-0054

    Creative gift boxes

    Sofitel Wanda Beijing prepares two kinds of mooncake gift boxes - the luxury box and the imperial box - for the coming Mid-Autumn Festival. Beautifully presented, the mooncakes feature both traditional and newly created fillings, such as purple yam and coconut, and low-sugar pumpkin.

    010-6581-9917

    Author:    Source: China Daily     Editor: Wu Qiong

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