Fuzhou offers many types of western cuisine including American, British and Italian to name but a few. So, for new-comers, picking a restaurant isn’t easy. Here we will introduce a few especially authentic tasting, nicely decorated western restaurants in Fuzhou. Being both reasonably priced and having high quality food, these are the ideal spots to get a taste of the west.
The Matador, Fuzhou
The Matador is a steakhouse chain originating from Taiwan, with four branches in Fuzhou. The dining room and food are both of good quality, giving The Matador an excellent reputation. The restaurants decoration is uniformly red, like a bullfighter's red cape. Here the emphasis is on authentic marinated and juicy steaks. No preservatives or anything to detract from the meat’s flavour. With a variety of special house sauces, the taste here is superb. Recommended are the filet mignon and T-bone steak. Special set meals come with a selection of aperitif, dim sum, salads, and soups; all are very delicate and enjoyable. Steak set meals start at a moderately priced 80 RMB.
Dayang Department Store大洋百货店 (Branch) View In Map
Add: Building 7, 133 Zhongcheng Dayang Baihuo Bayi Qi Bei Lu, Gulou District, Fuzhou
Tel: 0591 8761 5292
Opening hours: 10:00-23:00
Getting there: take bus 115 to Nan Jie walk 54m
Wuyi Square五一广场店 (Branch)View In Map
Add: 17 Gonghua Jie (near Fuzhou Hotel) Gulou District Fuzhou
Tel: 0591 8330 1866
Opening hours: 09:00-21:00
Getting there: take bus 505 to Xinquan Nan Lu, walk 31m
Classical Rose Garden, Fuzhou
Classical Rose Garden 古典玫瑰园
This is a Victorian style English afternoon tea specialty restaurant. The shop owner, Mr. Huang Tenghui, decorated the place the way he likes it, with paintings of roses, porcelain and other works of art; the Aynsley bone china tea sets are a unique addition. Rose Garden has a real original Neapolitan drip coffee maker and imports French fruits for drinks. You can also choose from a selection of teas, from the hundred year old British tea brand Whittard tea, to herbal teas from the grasslands of Quebec. Coupled with a small selection of traditional British snacks, this place is great for experiencing a classical Victorian style English tea soiree.
Classical Rose Garden 古典玫瑰园 View In Map
Add: 220 Hualin Lu, Zuijia Xifang Caifu Hotel Lobby, Jinan Qu, Fuzhou
Tel: 0591 8819 9957
Opening hours: 09:00-24:00
Price: 75 RMB/ person
Getting there: take bus routes 20、22、23、53、69 to Shudou stop, you’ll seen an Agricultural Bank of China
Although Bambino is mainly an Italian restaurant, its chef studied Japanese cuisine. So the dishes here are more of a modern Asian fusion. Entering the restaurant is pleasant, it’s bright, has floor to ceiling windows, white screens, cool air and soft jazz making this place very comfortable. Their food, combining exquisite Japanese cuisine with classical Italian, is delicious. Their potato salad is soft and delicate, while their oysters are succulent. Also, try the royal filet mignon, crab legs, smooth soups, tender duck breast, and delicious vanilla tuna. Their chilled mango sago cream with pomelo is also highly recommended. Bambino’s menu is seasonal, so be sure to come back for new exiting dishes.
Bambino 邦比诺意大利料理 View In Map
Add: Building Six, Villa 03, 268 Guanye Square, Bayu Qi Bei Lu, Fuzhou
Tel: 0591 8798 8667
Opening hours: 10:00-01:00
Price: 80 RMB/ person
Getting there: take bus routes 1, 2, 8, 11, 20, 54, 66, 76, 77, 80, 101, 117, 121, 201 to restaurant
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