Plenty of uncertainty surrounding the city’s food and beverage scene — what’s new!? — as the May 1 to May 4 holiday ban on dining and drinking in restaurants and bars has been extended. Now the authorities are also taking aim at those picking up orders and enjoying them at seating nearby. What a time to be alive.
In any case, here are some Beijing food options, from ordering directly from restaurants and picking it up / having them deliver it, to using major delivery platforms, which can take a major slice of the bill. I’m also guessing there will be a lot of home cooking going on given how many people stocked up on food over these past few weeks.Check out my lists of Beijing food deals and drink deals. Also get updates via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. And check out my sibling sites Grape Wall of China, World Baijiu Day and World Marselan Day. If this site helped you find new bars, restaurants, foods and drinks, or saved you money, consider helping to cover the hosting and other costs with a WeChat or PayPal donation.