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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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Jia Jia Tang Bao, Shanghai

In a town that loves steamed dumplings, some of the best are served at this humble joint. Follow the queue of locals to indulge in Shanghai's signature dish,...more

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Krug Room, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental's Krug Room is the ultimate in gustatory indulgence. Diners arrive via limousine and are escorted to a secret room off the kitchen that...more

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Lost Heaven

Dark, moody, and sleekly sophisticated, Lost Heaven serves a rich fusion of regional Yunnanese and Burmese cuisines with a noticeable Thai kick. The...more

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Luk Yu Tea House, Hong Kong

The best—and certainly the most traditional—dim sum in town is served here. Its 1930s rosewood furniture, creaky ceiling fans, brass spittoons, and...more

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Made in China, Beijing

Northern China's rough-and-ready flavors are the focus at this restaurant in the Grand Hyatt hotel. The red-and-black dining room feels very "new...more

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Mei Fu, Beijing

Step into 1930s elegance at this impeccably restored courtyard restaurant, inspired by the great Peking opera star Mei Lanfang (a man who specialized in women's...more

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Mr. & Mrs. Bund

French chef Paul Pairet enjoyed huge success with his playful molecular gastronomy at Pudong Shangri-La's Jade on 36. He then jumped the Huangpu River to go...more

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Opia, Hong Kong

The first seriously swank eatery to move into cooler-by-the-minute Causeway Bay, Opia is a supper club inside the Jia Boutique Hotel that's reached by a purple...more

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Post 97, Hong Kong

The name of this European-style bar and restaurant would seem to refer to 1997, the year when British rule over Hong Kong ended. But in fact, the owners named...more

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Pure Lotus, Beijing

Entering Pure Lotus is like stumbling into a pleasantly surreal dream world. The nondescript parking lot entrance is disconcerting until smiling robed guides...more

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