Fusion restaurants are all the rage in Beijing. Why not mix two of your favorite cuisines into one mega meal! Vietnamese and French? Chinese and Spanish? Middle Eastern and Mediterranean? All sound delicious.
The first fusion meal you need to devour is perhaps the most bizarre-- Vietnamese Parisian cuisine at Muse. You'll love the mix and medley and how many people can say they've had a Vietnamese version of Parisian food? Only the few who have visited Muse in downtown Beijing.
For Latin American Fusion foods head to SALT, a delicious blend of South American foods with a menu that changes regularly. With a high to moderately priced menu you'll find something that you adore. If not, head back a month or two later and you'll find something totally different.
For French and Chinese fusion- try Duck de Chine. Specializing in Beijing Duck with French characteristics. You can't really describe a mix of two such different cuisines, but if you are ever in Beijing you'll have to head there and find out for yourself what it tastes like to have French/Chinese duck.
What better way to experience fusion food then a buffet? Golden Jaguar has the single largest and most fusion-ready buffet in town. You can dine for hours on cuisine you love, and after a while you'll have room for more! Golden Jaguar is a must-stop for any epic buffet fan or lover of fusion foods.
2/F, 9 Jiangtai Xilu (opposite the Japanese School, west of Rosedale Hotel)
Innovative dining experience at SALT... read more
1949–The Hidden City, Courtyard 4, Gongti Beilu (opposite the south gate of Pacific Century Place Mall),
Chic and upscale take on Beijing and French duck...
4/F, North Bldg, The Place, 9 Guanghua Lu
The most lavish and obscene buffet you will ever see... read more
Donghua Men Dajie 95
10-min. walk, on north side of street
Dine on Fusion Cuisine At The Forbidden City...
Dong Chang'an Jie 1
West side of Oriental Plaza, podium level
Fusion Food with a changing menu... read more
83A Jian Guo Road
The Ritz-Carlton Beijing
Building B, Cable 8, Zhenzhi Lu (west of Sofitel Wanda),
Western fusion made with organic produce... read more