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The Opposite House

Beijing, China

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Summer At The Opposite House
The Opposite House’s award-winning restaurants Jing Yaa Tang and Sureño are introducing new dishes with the changing of the seasons. Known for Beijing roast duck, Jing Yaa Tang will offer new Chinese classics like Pan-fried goose served with a side of sticky rice, mushroom, and sausage, Yunnan organic wood ear mushroom salad, and black tofu skin with boneless yellow croaker salad.

Jing Yaa Tang - 12 noon - 10:30 pm
Conceived by London’s Alan Yau, this new concept restaurant brings Beijing-style roast duck to the Opposite House. Dim sum and, of course, roast duck are some of the most popular dishes served at the restaurant. Careful attention to detail is placed on each dish—some dishes must even be ordered 24-hours in advance—don’t miss out on this exciting new restaurant.

Village Café - 6:30 am – 11 pm
Offering a naturally lit setting, this space serves up smoothie bowls, poke bowls, sandwiches, and a number of international entrees with an Asian twist. The cafe also offers a number of vegetarian and vegan dining options. It’s hard to beat Wine Down Wednesdays where a smile earns you a complimentary glass of wine!

Mesh - 5pm – 1am
A chic and stylish lounge space, Mesh is The Opposite House’s luxurious watering hole. More than a bar, this eclectic spot is where DJs and signature cocktails create an energetic ambiance.

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