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The Peninsula Beijing gives you several restaurant options while you stay in its lap of luxury. Sit down for some traditional Cantonese cooking at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Beijing hotel by heading to Huang Ting. With its heavy wood door and rustic interior, this restaurant boasts a genuine "hutong" feel. It serves both new and classic dishes, such as Szechuan chili prawns. For both international and Asian cuisine, give Jing a try. With three open kitchens and clear views of the cooking, you'll be entertained as you dine on entrées like slow-roasted portobello mushroom with arugula and pecorino cheese in a preserved lemon vinaigrette. Whether it's lunch or dinner, it has an extensive menu of starters, pasta dishes, sandwiches and, of course, Asian cuisine like the prawn, scallop and squid with hokkien noodles, pak choi and oyster sauce.