It’s no secret that MODO is one of our favourite Beijing restaurants, but it just got even better thanks to the addition of several new spring dishes and three very handy chef’s menus.
For instance, has there ever been a more delicious sounding dish than the ‘Seared Giant Japanese Scallop with Curried Cauliflower, Crispy Bacon and Rhubarb Sauce’?? No we didn’t think so. Add to that several light and scrumptious creations such as the Summer Peach Salad and the Seared Duckbreast with Watermelon and Feta and you know a meal here will be a special one every time.
For those of you unfamiliar with this hip Sanlitun eatery, MODO means ‘manner’ or ‘way’ in Spanish, and the talented South American team behind it encourage you to eat their way: no starters, no mains, just an assortment of exquisite dishes to share.
Helpfully, the chef (Mr Daniel Urdaneta) has also just created three suggested sharing menus to help you make up your minds, including one for vegetarians. Six dishes to share (including dessert) costs 430RMB, while eight dishes costs 620RMB. We think you’d be hard pushed to find a better quality meal for this price anywhere in the world, let alone Beijing.
MODO: Third Floor, Sanlitun Village, 19 Sanlitun Bei Lu, Chaoyang district (+86 10 6415 7202).