Where to Eat

Find a restaurant and satisfy your taste buds with these classic dishes cooked in a modern way.

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Waterlight Court

As an all-day restaurant, buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served, with its buffet being heralded as one of the best in town.

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Huang Fan Er

Situated in the antique Hefang Street, Huang Fan Er is quite an influential restaurant in Hangzhou. Its history can be traced back to over a hundred years ago.

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28 Hubin Road Restaurant

The restaurant was voted to be one of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants by a group of more than 900 international members of The Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy.

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Blue Lotus

Longjing Branch of Blue Lotus is a garden-style fashion restaurant and features the characteristics of Southeastern Asia.

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Da Zhaiyuan Restaurant

Different from those luxury restaurants, Da Zhaiyuan Restaurant mainly features homemade local dishes without too many seasonings.

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7080 Courtyard Restaurant

7080 Courtyard restaurant is housed in a small wood, is built with living trees as its pillars, creamy white glasses as its walls and wooden flooring.

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Kui Yuan Restaurant

Ordering a bowl of Noodles with Quick-fried Eel Shreds and Shelled Shrimps and Pian’erchuan ( the restaurant's specialty) is a must-do for tourists to Hangzhou.

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Zhi Wei Guan

Zhi Wei Guan is a spectacularly-situated restaurant with fantastic food.

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Zhang Sheng Ji

There truly is no bigger restaurant in town than Zhang Sheng Ji, which specilizes in prepareing Hangzhou dishes.

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Green Tea

The restaurant has become recognized as a revered innovator that takes healthy risks in designing its foods, often delivering delicious rewards to those who take a chance.

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Jura Town

Hidden in green mountains, Jura Town is more like a cottage from a fairy tale than a restaurant.

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Yun Shui Yao

The name of the restaurant “Yun Shui Yao” is very poetic, which literally means the Ballad of Clouds and Water in Chinese.

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Lou Wai Lou

There are plenty of rooms for large groups, and you’ ve got the occasional tour group traipsing through to get to them. There’s even a boat that goes out on the lake. The staff is attentive and courteous, and the food comes in good time.

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Zhuangyuan Guan

Zhuangyuan is one of the oldest restaurants in Hangzhou. Noodles with Quick-fried Eel Shreds and Shelled Shrimps is one of their signature noodle dishes.

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Grandma's Kitchen, Hangzhou Tower Branch

Grandma’s Kitchens are all around town. There is a very comprehensive picture menu. If you’re still a bit skeptical about Hangzhou cuisine, this place will cure you. You’ll be shocked by the very reasonable prices considering the environm...

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Bailu Canting, Zhongshan Branch

The restaurant provides a wide selection of dishes. The prices are much cheaper than anywhere else, but foods are no less delicious

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Din Tai Fung

Established in 1972 in Taiwan, Din Tai Fung is an extremely popular restaurant with its specialty-Taiwanese style Xiaolongbao (小笼包). In 1993, Din Tai Fung has been honored to be one of "Top Ten Restaurants in the World" by New York Times.

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Chuan Wei Guan Restaurant

Chuan Wei Guan is one of the few places in Hangzhou to enjoy Sichuanese Cuisine and its renowned hot pot.

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Juying Noodle Restaurant

Juying Noodle Restaurant boosts the best Pian’er Chuan noodle restaurant in Hangzhou city.

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Huijuan Noodle Restaurant

Called the number one Wangjiang noodle restaurant, Huijuan Noodle Restaurant wins its fame because of its fine materials and private cooking methods.

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Shan Wai Shan

This is one of the three Hangzhou biggies: Shan Wai Shan, Lou Wai Lou and Zhang Sheng Ji. They all serve up good Hangzhou cuisine.

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Ji Yuan Noodle Restaurant

This noodle restaurant, actually a street shop, is much more famous for its Pian’er Chuan (famous Hangzhou snack) and liver noodle.

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Taiji Food Paradise

The specialties of Taiji Shifu is Waguanji (a dish made by stewing a hen with ribs in a crock for four hours), and Shiguoyu (a dish by cooking a fish in a stone pot with other spicy seasonings).

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China Xufuniuza

This restaurant is renowned for its dishes prepared out of beef entrails.

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Mingren Mingjia, Haiwaihai Branch

In Mingren Mingjia Restaurant, most of their dishes are on display around their immaculate bar. All you have to do is to point and order.

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Bojia Wild Fish Restaurant, Baochu Branch

As its name suggests, Bojia Wild Fish Restaurant is expert at making various fish dishes. Their specialty, Spicy Fish Head, is the thing you do not want to miss.

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Laotouer Sautéed Shrimps

For its unique sautéed shrimps, the restaurant has ranked as one of the popular restaurants in Hangzhou.

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Fortune House, Tianmushan Branch

Fortune House is connected with the same people behind Grandma’s Kitchen and it is not big, unlike many giants. It’s good to go with only a table of four.

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Yee Chino Restaurant

With exquisite designs, dazzling illumination, this creative theme restaurant is filled with exotic glamour. Creative dishes combined with western and Chinese elements look like artworks.

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Hefang Street

You can find a large variety of local snacks in this ancient street.

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Zao Feng Nian Jian

The restaurant is characterized by wooden structure and traditional decoration. You can find a large cooking range, old New Year pictures, tableware made from blue and white porcelain and kraft paper menus.

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Fengbo Zhuang

Walking into the restaurant, you will definitely feel like travelling through time to recall swordsmen and heroes. Waiters are dressed in ancient clothes.

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Zola Restaurant

Unlike those famous chain restaurants, Zola Restaurant features its own style and unique delicacy.

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Hen Ki Dessert

Hen Ki Dessert is a Hong Kong-style dessert shop, boasting a comprehensive menu with almost 70 desserts, 20 kinds of drinks and six kinds of ice cream.

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Little Chef Zhoushan Seafood Restaurant

The restaurant’s signature dish is inverted crab, so named because of the way it is served.

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Macau Doulao

The place offers many things on their menu that you can seldom see at any other hot pot place.

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Songdu Food City

The place is known for its savory snacks and barbecued seafood in an indoor food court-like setting.

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Crystal Jade Garden

Probably the best part of dinning at this venue -- besides the comfortable and inviting decor -- is the fact that you can have a full-blown banquet fit for a king.

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Sawasdee Thai Restaurant

Since opening in 2009, Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale West Lake Hangzhou has quickly become one of the most important landmarks for tourists who don't want to stray too far from the city center.

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The Vineyard

It's comforting to find a venue in Hangzhou that provides consistently authentic Western fare with a healthy dose of American attitude.

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Wangxian Lou

These places are open for 24 hours, and they are so popular that the area is packed even in the early morning hours. People drive here from all over town just to get a midnight snack. After 10pm, things really liven up. That's when the table...

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Fengdu Restaurant

It's cheap; the food is consistent; the menu never bores the regulars. Their bowl of Chicken Noodles and their Country Chicken Stew are out of this world. The Shrimp with Preserved Vegetables is a must, and the Salted Pork Fried with Bean Cu...

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Shanwaishan Linyu Garden Restaurant

The presentation of the food here is good, with many elegantly shaped serving dishes and the odd stone pot.

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Zhou's Restaurant

Their famous dish is Oil Fried Shrimps in Soy Sauce. Make sure you order this dish. Also their dumplings and snacks are quite famous too.

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Chenyi Shifu, Baochu Branch

For its wide popularity, Chengyi Shifu is always crowded. You need to wait for a long time to get a table, but the food is worth the wait.

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Cha Ren Cun

Located in front of a tea field, the restaurant offers not only tasty dishes, but also the unique views of Longjing tea plantations.

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Classic Hangzhou Restaurant

The best thing about Classic Hangzhou Restaurant is the surroundings. This is as close as you will get to fresh air here.

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Bieyinju Restaurant

This is a favorite restaurant amongst the locals as a place to get authentic Hangzhou cuisine.

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Fei Le Restaurant, Baifu Branch

An old favorite of Hangzhou local people, this restaurant features special dishes such as spicy fish head, tomato crab soup, and pig liver and Chinese cabbage.

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West Lake Uncle

Two dishes are highly recommended, the Red-cooked Pork and the Wild Mandarin Fish, a great one to order if you’re not so good with the bones. The views of the lake are nice. The patio area is, of course, the favored choice. After you finish...

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Hong Ni Garden

Hongni is the epitome of a 'Hangzhou Big Restaurant'.

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Meal Legend Superfine Restaurant

It’s all about the fish at Meal Legend, particularly river fish. And it is located in a nice spot on the canal. The famous dish is Minglan Bronze Pot Shrimp.

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Saffron Indian Restaurant

This restaurant boasts a bar, a stage for Indian dancing, a Bollywood screen, and extensive dining area in a somewhat basic style.

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King Thai

King Thai serves up not only Thai, but Malay, Indonesian, and Balinese cuisine.

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Hatsune

Hatsune, is a place where sushi lovers can go nuts. It's got the biggest menu we've seen.

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Bian Long

Located conveniently on Hefang Street, Bian Long Restaurant may be a little shabby, but the dishes are wonderful and prices are reasonable.

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Indian Kitchen

The menu here is complete with authentic regional food that is Halal for those Muslims out there. The price for a group of four is reasonable (250-300RMB). We especially like the dining room set up that allows us to watch them bake up the br...

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Butterfly Laguna

In Butterfly Laguna, everything is kept clean, orderly, and well-stocked, and the selection is rather surprising for this size venue.

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Asia Table

This restaurant offers great Thai food in a fun and fashionable way.

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Yaya Restaurant

The menu is so deep that you could eat there once a week for a year and not get tired of it. It's full most every lunch and dinner, but you don't have to wait on lines like you have to for the big boys.

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