Housed inside a 600-year-old temple complex, Temple Restaurant is one of Beijing’s most spectacular locations. Temple’s main dining hall (designed by Australian architecture firm Hassell) is modern and sleek - greatly contrasting with the location’s colorful history. Once home to a former factory, the building’s walls are adorned with slogans from the Cultural Revolution. Today the space features one of Beijing’s top spots for contemporary European cuisine. The lobster and foie gras appetizer with sea lettuce au torchon and truffle mayonnaise is a perennial favorite. King crab ravioli and sucking pig are also Temple standouts. The wine list features over 700 labels. This is a place you really want to savor and reserve for those moments you want to celebrate or impress. Go early and enjoy a cocktail while exploring the Temple grounds.
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
10:00am - 11:00pm
* May vary and subject to change