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You can eat like a king in China without paying much for the privilege, especially if you're man enough to sample the more exotic options from the menu—swallow's nest soup, anyone? If you don't have time to take a culinary tour of the country, you can sample most regional dishes in Beijing, from spicy Sichuan cuisine to every kind of noodle imaginable. But don't forget to try the city's best-known dish, Peking duck. Shanghai has a more international range of restaurants, from French to Thai. Again, it would be a shame to be completely seduced by the glamour of these places—easily done—and not taste the local cuisine. Be sure to sample the seafood (hairy crab is a must from October to November) as well as the xiaolongbao and shengjianbao dumplings.

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Dali Courtyard, Beijing

This small hutong restaurant is a hidden gem. Tucked down a narrow alley in a converted house, it serves home-cooked treats from southwest Yunnan province. The...more

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Dessert Shops, Hong Kong

Hong Kong locals like their sweets—hence the huge proliferation of dessert-only restaurants around town. The treats at these cheap, cheerful places are...more

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Ding Ding Xiang, Beijing

Hot pot is a must in Beijing, even in summer (what else are industrial-strength air conditioners for?). And there's no better place to try it than this...more

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Dumpling Shops, Hong Kong

No matter how many McDonald's and KFC franchises open up in Hong Kong, savory dumplings are the city's fast-food staple. The ubiquitous dumpling shops offer the...more

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Finds, Hong Kong

A Nordic lounge and restaurant set in a Soho skyscraper, FINDS is an acronym for Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden—the collection of countries...more

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Fook Lam Moon, Hong Kong

One of the city's top Cantonese restaurants since 1972, Fook Lam Moon is old-school—both in cuisine and decor (look for the shrine to the kitchen god near...more

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Goga

Admirer Howard Ing calls Goga—the tiny restaurant named after San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge—"a no-frills establishment that's all about the...more

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Green T. House, Hong Kong

Most visitors to Hong Kong stay amid the snaking streets of the Central District, but it's worth making the westward trek to the high-tech enclave of Cyberport...more

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Hamilton House

Occupying the ground floor of a 1930s Art Deco tower, this French brasserie and bar pays homage to Shanghai's stylistic history. The subtle Deco...more

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Hutong, Hong Kong

Hutongs, traditional alleyways lined with ancient thatched-roof houses, are gradually disappearing from the capital, but happily this gorgeous restaurant set...more

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