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Beijing’s best cheesecake: Queen’s Cafe

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Queen's Cafe (Beijing Sanlitun)

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Beijing, China - A great union of sophisticated New York style flavor and traditional style simplicity. Cheesecake is definitely a favorite. It's practically its own food group. It's an obvious go-to dessert for almost any occasion. And Queen’s Café uses those classic ingredients that make it so good.

Originally from Hong Kong, Queen’s Café opened a branch at Beijing’s popular Sanlitun Village more than two years ago. While the café does have heartier – and less fattening – food options, most agree that Queen’s Café serves up the most authentic cheesecake in Beijing.

Queen's Café was established in 1952, Hong Kong. Mr. Yu Yong Fu, the owner and the chef, was trained at a leading Russian restaurant and became the master chef. With an absolute dedication to authenticity, Hong Kongers immediately fell in love with the unique cuisine. Queen's Café became an iconic landmark in the Causeway Bay. Mr. Yu and his team remained dedicated to the traditional Russian method of cooking and he personally trained all new chefs. All original recipes were retained and passed down through generations.

With a wide range of cheesecake offerings, Queen’s has cheesecake options ranging from fresh fruit to Oreo flavored, all delivered with that traditional, silky taste that’s hard to forget.

Queen's Cafe
Address: The Village, Sanlitun. Building S9-33.
Telephone: 010-6416-1928
Hours: 11:00 - 11:00
Average Price for Two: 100 RMB

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