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Q: Best place to eat near Chaoyangmen Station, Beijing?

Let's say in a reasonable range (under  100-80 kuai). I found this cool quasi hot-pot place, forget the name but it's pork ribs and similar fare that are pre-cooked, but then served at your table in a heated skillet.

 

It's off an alley past the "haunted house", really good. Anything else?

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There's a Western-style cafe/bistro near the sout gate of Chaoyang Park called The Rug. It's hidden within one of the housing compounds and they serve really good breakfast and brunch items including homemade yogurt. They're coffee and baked goods are delicious too. http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/listings/restaurants/cafes/has/rug/

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