Crescent Moon Uygur Restaurant (弯弯月亮)

16 Dongsi Liutiao
北京市, 北京市
+86 10 6400 5281
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm
11:00am - 11:00pm


  • English menu, delicious (hot!) food in large portions. Very friendly staff.
  • Beijing modern classic! Love to bring friends over to discover the place. Best Xinjiang restaurant in town! !
  • Try the Xinjiang Uyghur Pilaf (better than the pic looks!), the Stir-fried Diced or Shredded noodles (both good). Pomegranate juice is also nice!
  • Considering the hype, the kebabs are so-so - they are large and rather tough. If you prefer your chuan'r street-style (i.e. skinny and spicy) then skip these and get a lamb dish instead.
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  • Nice staff. Inexpensive. Tasty food but SERIOUSLY dripping with grease and oil. English is limited so you may have to order a few items and just not eat it until you get the dish you want.
  • If it has a chef marking, and looks interesting/yum, order it. Ignore waiter's confusion at your one kebab. Also grab a dark beer to try the easiest drinking dark ever.
  • So so, if you want helal food and meat you can choose this restaurant, meats and other foods a little bit spicy and hot but taste is good, and so cheap
  • Friendly staff, authentic stuff. Recommended.
  • Menu In food
  • Top notch Uighur food. Nothing fancy but excellent food for the price.
  • It's the cleanest Xinjiang restaurant in Beijing
  • All their specialties worth trying
  • Authentic xinjian food, judging from the staff's looks and accent not from culinary experience of the food in question
  • People love to hate on this place because it was recommended as the best Xinjiang food but then people decided it was overpriced and not the best chuan. I think it's fine though, just a victim of hype
  • The Dan Dan mian is awesome!
  • They run out of zhua fan too soon.
  • Nestled in a small alley, it is a foreigner friendly xinjiang restaurant. Worth to try.
  • Below average...
  • It's very overpriced and overrated. There are a dozen hole in the wall places in the dongsi hutongs, (and all over Beijing,) that are better and not nearly as expensive.

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