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A unique restaurant featuring specialties from Northern China, including Beijing (Peking) Duck and hand pulled Shanghainese noodles. The atmosphere here is stimulating, with the buzz from its diners and the action from its show kitchen. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Best Macau Restaurant (2016)
Additional Information
With an interior decked out in rich traditional Chinese décor accented with selected western accoutrements, Beijing Kitchen restaurant at Grand Hyatt Macau, located in City of Dreams in Cotai, offers diners a truly authentic northern Chinese dining experience. From the dramatic display of Chinese teapots at the entrance to the warm colours and intimate seating options inside, guests are treated to a variety of settings in one beautiful location. Four kitchens overseen by a master chef create custom-designed Chinese delicacies, from traditional Beijing Style Duck prepared in wood-fired ovens and hand-pulled noodles to dim sum, to a wide selection of desserts.
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 23:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 23:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
Phone Reservation
10% Service Charge
Review (40)
Level3 2019-12-20
Was recommended by friends to try Bejing Kitchen for the duck but was only able to fit a lunch into my visit to Macau.The duck is made to order so there is a qait necessary but pleased to say the dish did not disappoint.The skin was particularly yummy. Cut wafer-thin and super crunchy. It had a lovely taste ~almost caramely. Because there was only 2 of us eating we only ordered half a duck, which was plently.The pancakes were also made well not too thick and floury as they can be.During our wait we ordered some pan fried dumplings. Loved the presentation, although filling was juicy not over keen on the thick dough.Keen to try as much as possible on the menu also ordered a rice which was served in a stone-pot and was a seasonal special. Nice as at the end you get the crusted rice base.The ambience of this restaurant is what you would expect from a 5 star hotel and service was excellent.Would love to go again but with more friends so can try even more dishes. continue reading
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一行兩日肥仔團, 最期待的晚餐終於到了, 是本人最愛吃的片皮鴨, 自從在北京吃完一次, 在香港暫時找不到這種味道 令人念念不忘, 朋友說這間也不錯, 就一行5人一齊嚟試下吧 因片皮鴨即叫即烤, 最好先打電話去預訂, 現烤時間大約一小時, 所以我們先叫其他小食吧, 叫了雞絲粉皮, 醬烤茄子, 同埋麻辣鴨舌, 也叫了一個芥蘭, 我們就邊吹水邊吃, 他們對烤茄子讚口不絕, 很快便清碟了 其他食物也是中上水平, 等著等著烤鴨終於到了, 師傅在我們面前片鴨刀工一流 我們叫了一鴨兩食, 另一份做了個鴨湯, 片皮鴨外皮烤得甘香鬆脆, 帶少少木頭的味道, 在口腔裏徘徊, 也帶了小小鴨油香 拍得上北京的味道, 口感如薯片的薄脆, 令人一口接一口, 鴨肉包上京蔥醬汁, 又帶出另一種感覺, 總括而言這餐我們吃得十分滿足 continue reading
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Level3 2019-05-14
今次黎到滿堂彩 一定要20:00先可以入席一入去就會見到個爐燒緊鴨$488半隻 $728全隻因為用老式果木燒 所以非常期待食左少少頭盤後就上重點啦一開始師傳會係我地不遠處切隻鴨烤鴨一鴨三食,鴨胸、鴨腿同埋鴨皮鴨皮推薦沾白糖食用鴨腿肉可以連蔥絲、黃瓜條、沾甜面醬入口而鴨胸連皮再用鴨餅包住連埋唔同醬料鴨皮外面特別鬆脆因為想食多d其他野 所以鴨只係叫左半隻另外我地仲叫左辣子雞丁同埋京蔥炒牛肉辣子雞丁望落好似好辣但係因為係辣子而唔係辣炒 所以其實唔辣我呢個唔食得辣既人都得XDDD京蔥炒牛肉而的牛肉好易入口 好軟綿綿所以非常推薦黎澳門食呢間! continue reading
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Level3 2018-11-16
Had two consecutive dinners here and both very satisfactory.  First meal started after 9pm due to late arrival, I was famished and asked the waiter for the quickest food to order.  He recommended the Beijing-style dough soup and Tianjin steamed buns.  The soup was served within five minutes and arrived in a huge bowl - quite enough for three to four people!  I applaud  the speed at which it was served but would have appreciated if the waiter could warn me of the portion size as it was evident that I am the lone diner!   Taste was authentic and it was piping hot.   The steamed buns came soon after and also very well made, even with a hint of sweetness in the dough (which was not the Northern style) the taste turned out to be authentic enough, i.e. heavy use of spring onions, rather heavy on salt in seasoning.  I tried my best to finish but only managed half the soup after i polished off four steamed buns.   Very filling, exactly what i needed.The second meal on the following day was much more leisurely and we had a terrine of pig's ears to start with, rather crunchy and tasty, like it very much.  The real star was the roast duck, it was fresh out of the wood-fire oven and temperature hot, tasty plus good texture.  It must rank very near the top of all the Peking ducks i have tasted.  Nothing more to add.  To round it off we had a tofu dish with steamed rice but it is no way nearly as impressive as the duck.   The meal was accompanied by a bottle of Portuguese red wine from the Duoro - fragrant, slightly tangy in tannin but pleasant enough to drink with the food.  continue reading
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Level1 2018-07-17
I passed by this fancy restaurant with my family and got attracted by the decoration. We walked in, seated and checked the menu, which mostly focuses on beijing dishes about noodles and various kinds of chinese buns at approx. US 20 per dish. I am not a fan of beijing style noodles and buns. So, i chose to order peking duck and other signature dishes like roasted pigeon. However, the waitress seemed unwilling to take the order, and she walked back and forth the kitchen and told me with reason that those dishes needed to make advance order or it would take hour to deliver. So, i had no choice but to leave the restaurant. But worst than that, they still charged me the cost for the tea which I didnt drink and required me to pay despite my complain to them. Eventually, I paid the fee, which was US10, i.e. US 2 per person. I couldnt imagine that I could have such a worst experience in such a fancy restaurant, which cannot provide food as mentioned in the food menu. Overall, it is not worth to pay that price for only having noodle and buns, not to mention that I cant eat all those signature dishes that they claim they are famous about. I would recommend peking duck fans to go to Urban Kitchen at Galaxy hotel nearby instead where they serve unlimited peking duck in the buffet lunch. Poor! continue reading
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