Baoyuan Dumpling Restaurant

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Baoyuan Dumplings
Dumplings are a northern Chinese staple—inexpensive, hearty, and with a variety of fillings—and the boiled dumplings (shuijiao) at Baoyuan don’t disappoint. What sets them apart from your corner dumpling shop are the colored dumpling skins, dyed with juice from spinach, tomatoes, carrots, and purple cabbage. Customize your order by choosing your skin and filling—say, a spinach wrapped filled with cucumber, cilantro, pork, and lotus root or bean sprouts, crispy rice, pork, and cabbage inside a cabbage-dyed purple wrapper. There’s no denying that these dumplings photograph well and that, plus the quirky venue—two dining rooms reached by a stroll through a fake garden and over a bridge—make this a worthy place for a cheap and cheerful lunch or dinner.
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China, Beijing Shi, Chaoyang Qu, Maizidian St, 6号楼
+86 10 6586 4967
Sun - Sat 11am - 10:30pm