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Q: Which is your most favorite Italian restaurant/bistro in Beijing?

I mean, there are tons of so called Italian restaurant serving pizza and spaghetti and everything "italian", but I really don't think some of them is good enough or authentic. Any names you guys wanna share about your most favorite Italian restaurants in Beijing?

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Annie’s is definitely the most frequently recommended one. It serves pizzas and unpretentious Italian-American fare. The food is both tasty and easy on the wallet, with salads and pasta in the 20-40 yuan range, and pizzas from 28-58 yuan. A more high-end one is Da Giorgio, the Grand Hyatt's mezzanine-level Italian restaurant which offers classic dishes like pastas, risottos and tiramisu, as well as some high end, modern dishes like imported seafood, as well as other luxury items like Wagyu beef. For more choices, check it here: 

http://www.tripadvisor.cn/Restaurants-g294212-c26-Beijing.html

 

Annie’s

www.annies.com.cn/

 

Da Giorgio

beijing.grand.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/DaGiorgio.html

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