Dining and drinks
Brasserie 1893 is all about candid chef-and-guest interaction, gastronomical indulgence and visual bliss. Combining the French term ‘brasserie’, for informal doing of high quality, and the year 1893, which marks the opening year of the first Waldorf Astoria in New York, Brasserie 1893 stands out as a perfect reflection of the trendsetting restaurant ran by the legendary Oscar Tschirky, maître d’hotel. Working for many years at Waldorf Astoria New York, this gourmet master is credited with the invention of Waldorf Salad and Eggs Benedict, both signature dishes of Brasserie 1893 in Beijing. The central focus of the restaurant is the show kitchen, which is installed with two exclusive Molteni stoves. Sip an exquisite glass of wine as you watch the chef grill your steak to perfection or prepare oysters.
A 24-hour Room Service menu is also available at the Waldorf Astoria Beijing, with a variety of delicious dishes from the Brasserie menu.
Located on the first floor of the hotel, Patisserie Couture is more than just a tempting dessert and pastry shop. Its library setting - with welcoming plush sofa seats and luxurious surroundings - is the perfect oasis to escape from the hustle and bustle. Signature items at Patisserie Couture include the New York classic Red Velvet Cake and the unique Beijing Style Red Velvet Cake.
Peacock Alley is an upscale 66-seat lounge that orchestrates the perfect symphony of Waldorf Astoria's classic surroundings and fresh contemporary ambiance for quick meals, afternoon teas, informal business meetings and sweet breaks before the next round of shopping. Inspired by the grand social promenade that connected the original Waldorf and Astoria hotels in New York, Peacock Alley at Waldorf Astoria Beijing creates an environment where 'one can see and be seen'. The elaborate bar and secluded lounge immerses guests in a classic and convivial ambience. A Toast to Legendary Drinks Our bartenders specialize in the great New York classics, including a range of legendary drinks such as Martinis, Cosmopolitans, Manhattans and all variations created in the vibrant bar scene of New York in the early 20th century. Peacock Alley, as one of the primary bars for high society in 20th century New York, certainly set the stage for legendary drinks, which we can savor right here at Waldorf Asto
Savor the finest Cantonese Cuisine and a variety of tempting Beijing specialties in our luxurious Zijn Mansion. Choose to dine in the elegant main restaurant area or book one of five private dining rooms for an intimate meal, business lunch or a celebration for up to 24 people. Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 2:30pm and Dinner: 5:30pm – 10:30pm