Beijing Restaurant Guide:
Dining and Eating Out in Beijing

Japanese Restaurants in Beijing

Len Len Editor Pick!
Len Len Restaurant, Beijing A sleek and stylish Japanese restaurant, Len Len is a pleasure from start to finish.
Entering through a hard-to-find door in a plain wooden building, you proceed down a narrow path into a two-level restaurant with a trendy minimalist decor. Len Len isn’t the cheapest Japanese joint around with an average bill coming to about ¥120 per person, but the delicious food is well worth the money. Private booths make for an intimate dining experience – a great place to take a date or to enjoy quiet conversation with friends. Moreover, the waitstaff are quietly efficient – competently going about their business without interrupting you.
Address: 12B Xinzhong Jie Subway: Dongsishitiao Ph. (010) 6415 6415 Open: 18:00-1:00
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去联联,谢谢。地址:新中街乙12号紫铭大厦1层 (春秀路外)。
Jazz-Ya Restaurant, Beijing Jazz-Ya is a pleasant Japanese restaurant and bar that boasts a simple yet stylish and elegant design.
Comfortable black leather sofas are interspersed among the brown wood furniture and paneling. Jazz-Ya features a broad menu of traditional Japanese cuisine. Sushi and sashimi cost ¥40-50, ‘iron plates’ go for ¥50 while the selection of skewers range from ¥8-15. For those with an aversion to Japanese food there is also a selection of pizzas and pastas for around ¥50. The drink menu will please any discriminating imbiber with a range of quality spirits (from ¥30) and cocktails (average ¥40). They also have Asahi beer on tap for ¥25. The eclectic background soundtrack is conspicuously devoid of jazz.
Ph. (010) 6415 1227 Web: Open: 11:00-1:30
Address: 18 Sanlitun Lu (inside Nali Mall) Subway: Tuanjiehu
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去爵士屋,谢谢。地址:三里屯北路18号。