Lost Heaven Beijing

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Yesterday several members of WildChina attended the Grand Opening of Lost Heaven Beijing. This renowned restaurant has been pleasing Shanghai eaters for many years and we are thrilled to finally have a branch in Beijing.

Lost Heaven Beijing

Lost Heaven Beijing restaurant opened its doors yesterday by throwing a fantastic opening party.  The highlight of the event was undoubtedly sampling the delicious cuisine. WildChina’s Jenny Zhao said, “The spring rolls were absolutely delicious and I loved the seven spices chicken. To enjoy such delicious and flavorful food on the second floor terrace was a total treat.” In addition to these dishes, guests enjoyed fish filets, spicy noodles and a dish similar to a Malaysian curry beer. For Claudia Pumarejo, who heads up WildChina’s Latin American department, she says, ” I was so impressed with the service. The waitstaff had a very friendly and positive attitude.”

Lost Heaven Beijing


Lost Heaven Beijing location couldn’t be better. At Qian Men 23, we’re just steps away from the biggest landmarks of the city: Tian’anmen Square and the Forbidden City. The place is full of history, as it housed the US Embassy during Qing Dynasty, the last Chinese Imperial house.

Lost Heaven Beijing

Notwithstanding the rich ethnic and historical heritage, the party was decked by trend-setters and Beijing socialites from every walk of life.


Visit Lost Heaven Beijing on a Beijing private tour.

Photos by WildChina’s Claudia Pumarejo

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