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Paro

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If you’re an expat here and missing your home comforts take a trip to Paro restaurant in Shuangjing. With its flowered wall paper, lace trimmed curtains and cute decorations you will feel more like you’re around Grandma’s for dinner than in the centre of busy Beijing. This is exactly what the owner, Jason, is aiming for.  The name Paro is inspired by the capital of Bhutan, a place traditionally associated with balance and peace. Sometimes it’s hard to strike a healthy balance in a big city; it seems to be all work hard, play hard with little time for relaxing. Jason believes looking after your body should be a priority and that is why each tea in the menu is accompanied by a list of associated health benefits. I tried the honey herb tea which I am told is good for the digestive system. The chef was trained by a Michelin star chef from France, and this is reflected in the food which is authentic in both presentation and taste. He emphasises quality without skimping on the quantity. The food here is varied and doesn’t adhere to a single countries cuisine; it is just good quality general western food.  Prices for a main meal start at around 30rmb and drinks range from 20 to 30rmb. I recommend the mushroom soup for starter and for main, the spinach pasta with pine kernels will not disappoint you!

Add: 37 Baiziwan Lu, Shuangjing, Chaoyang District
Tel: 010-6778 3160

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