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BISTRO NA’S FROM BEIJING RESTAURANT EMPIRE, TURNS 2 ON NOV 18
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BISTRO NA’S FROM BEIJING RESTAURANT EMPIRE, TURNS 2 ON NOV 18

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Bistro Na’s, the only U.S. location from Beijing Restaurant Empire, turns two on November 18th 2018.

To celebrate, the restaurant is inviting diners on a culinary journey reminiscent of the Qing Dynasty with a specially curated six-course menu featuring popular Chinese Imperial Court Cuisine and never-before-seen menu items.

The anniversary menu will be available for two days only from Saturday, November 17 to Sunday, November 18 for a special price of $58 per person.

“We are excited to celebrate our anniversary with a truly authentic and creative menu that celebrates Chinese culture, cuisine and heritage,” said Chef Tian. “The positive response from patrons who have traveled near and far to dine with us has been overwhelming. Bistro Na’s in Temple City is our only U.S. location and we hope to continue serving our community for many years to come.”

For an elevated experience, the restaurant offers five private dining rooms that accommodate party sizes of 10 to 14 people. Diners who book a private dining room will enjoy a different six course menu from the main dining room. The price per person is $150. Guests are required to book three days in advance. Space is limited.

Reservations for both the main dining room and private dining rooms are available from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18. To make a reservation, call Bistro Na’s at 626.286.1999.


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