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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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Café Deco, Hong Kong

Perched right on Victoria Peak, 1,355 feet above Hong Kong, Café Deco is best known for its spectacular views over the city and South China Sea. The menu...more

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Bo Innovation, Hong Kong, China

Tucked behind a historic shophouse in the rapidly gentrifying Wan Chai district, this inventive restaurant has benefited from the rock-star profile of its chef,...more

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Blu Lobster, Beijing

Michelin-starred Irish-born chef Brian McKenna, who opened Gordon Ramsay's Verre restaurant in Dubai, brought his scientific brand of gastronomy to Beijing in...more

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Bellagio, Beijing

Beijing's beautiful hipsters head here for casually elegant Taiwanese and Szechuan fare. Located near mega-nightclub Babyface and open till 4 a.m., it's popular...more

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Beijing Style Noodle King, Beijing

Old Beijing–style fare is dished up at this humble paper-napkin-and-disposable-chopsticks spot. As the name implies, it's not for the carb-conscious:...more

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Bao Luo, Shanghai

Marked only by a tiny "BL" on a red neon sign, this brightly lit, bi-level French Concession dim sum joint is so popular that locals will wait hours for a...more

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Apothecary

Max Levy, the U.S.-born, Japanese-trained chef behind Beijing's Bei, the sleek mod-Asian restaurant at the Opposite House, shows his Big Easy roots with his...more

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Alameda, Beijing

Market-fresh cuisine, a casual, airy dining room, and friendly service keep this place continually abuzz with foreign and Chinese customers. Chef Vivi...more

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12 Chairs

Prolific Greek-Australian chef/restaurateur David Laris has turned his attentions to that cherished preserve of the Shanghai restaurant, the private dining...more

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