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Fangshan Restaurant is a renowned dining place housed in Beihai Park. Founded in 1925, Fangshan Restaurant serves royal court dishes. The restaurant is designated by Beijing Municipal Tourism Bureau to host foreign tourists. Originally it was a tea house making cakes, pastries, and dishes from the Forbidden City in Qing Dynasty. It has several signature snacks such as Roumoshaobing (minced pork stuffed in sesame buns), Royal wotou (steamed corn bun), and wandouhuang (cake made from pea paste). In 1956, it was transformed into a restaurant that offers royal court dishes. It is famous in China and the rest of the world for its “Man Han Quan Xi”, or Feast of Complete Manchu Han Courses. Fangshan is a quintessential restaurant that features Chinese imperial cuisine.
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