Top 50 restaurants in China 2011

By Lu Na
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The results for Food & Wine Magazine's "50 Best Restaurants 2011" are out. Covering restaurants in over 10 cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu, it highlights outstanding places to eat throughout China.

These 50 restaurants represent the industry's best, and are famous for their exquisite food and outstanding service. Additionally, these restaurants stand out for their excellent locations, unique designs and creativity.

Here is the list of the 50 best restaurants (in no particular order):

   The Private Room

- Dishes: four-stars    - Wine: four-stars    - Environment: four-stars                       

- Service: four-stars    - Cost performance: four-stars             

- Per capita consumption: 800 yuan (US$127)

The Private Room was created by cutting-edge Japanese interior design firm Super Potato and features 16 private dining suites, each featuring a Chinese, Japanese or contemporary theme illustrating different concepts and experiences from the various cultures. In order to offer more privacy, each suite has its own pantry and a washroom, and every detail is taken care of by a dedicated butler. Focusing on traditional Cantonese cooking with a contemporary twist, The Private Room is offering a new menu that presents diners with a fresh feast of innovative cuisine. [The Private Room restaurant in gallery]

- Recommended dishes: Alaskan King Crab, Steamed Wintermelon Soup, Cantonese Roast Goose and Abalone, sourced from Australia

- Add: 5th floor of Park Hyatt Beijing, No.2 Jianguo Men Wai Da Jie, Chaoyang District, Beijing

- Tel: +86-10-85671118

   Le Pré Lenôtre

- Dishes: four-stars    - Wine: four-stars    - Environment: four-stars                             

- Service: four-stars    - Cost performance: four-stars                    

- Per capita consumption: 500 yuan (US$79.3)

Le Pré Lenôtre, a leading French restaurant in Beijing, provides the perfect setting for relaxation and high-society, and offers refined French cuisine with the latest in fusion dishes from around the world. Open for lunch and dinner, the 60-seat restaurant boasts luxurious furnishings throughout, bringing a French country style chateau to the heart of Beijing. Intimate, individually-lit tables with exquisite cutlery and accessories in muted, subtle tones gives the restaurant an authentic French ambience that effortlessly reflects Lenôtre's timeless elegance and quality. Specializing in French and Mediterranean cuisine, the Frenchman has gained valuable experience at several Michelin star French restaurants. [Le Pré Lenôtre restaurant in gallery]

- Recommended dishes: Pan Fried Duck Liver, Canadian Lobster, Goose Liver Terrine

- Add: 6th floor of Sofitel Wanda Beijing, No.93, Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing

- Tel: +86-10-85996666

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