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Q: Best non spicy Chinese food in Beijing?

My uncle, who can't eat spicy food is coming for a business trip and  has scuppered all my plans as the places I wanted to take him to were all spicy. 

 

suggestions? He also doesn't eat duck no

5 years 24 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Xinjiang- Crescent  moon in Dongsi Liu Tiao is one of my favourites. or you can try some cantonese food, Shanxi noodles... there's so much to choose from 

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Dumplings aren't too spicy, and there is also a great selection of hot-pot restaurants where you can get the non-spicy soup base.

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