Recommended Yangshuo Restaurants
These Yangshuo restaurants are long-time favorites
Formerly known as The Alley, The Brew is one of the longest living Yangshuo restaurants under the guidance of Andy - a long-time Yangshuo resident from Austria. Andy is himself a great cook and makes excellent pasta, steaks, burgers and salads with homemade sauces. He also makes outstanding home brewed beer, so be sure to ask him about it.
Address: #27 Cheng Bei Lu, Yangshuo - Across from Ganga Impression Indian Restaurant
Luna rooftop restaurant
Luna is an elegant rooftop Yangshuo restaurant at Yangshuo Village Inn offering authentic Italian and Chinese fare since 2008. Trained by Italian chefs, Luna also creates beautiful pastries and desserts. With the most scenic views in Yangshuo and an outstanding seelction of imported wines, Luna is the most romantic venue among Yangshuo restaurants.
Address: #26 Licun (Moon Hill Village), off 321 National Road in Gaotian Town, Yangshuo
Ganga Impression Indian
With minimalist decor and Bollywood movies playing on a flat screen, the real attraction at Ganga is the authentic and reasonably priced food. A latecomer among Yangshuo restaurants, Ganga, with its Indian host/server, is a great value and consistently excellent lunch and dinner offerings.
Owned by William and Linda, 7th Heaven is one of the oldest Yangshuo restaurants that also offers a cooking school, tours and accommodation. It is mainly a lunch venue, located in a very busy section of town, just off West Street.
Consistently rated one of the top Yangshuo restaurants, Kali Mirch offers Indian fare with style. Everything on the menu is excellent and reasonably priced. Ask if they have Kingfisher beer (often sold out), which pairs perfectly with the spicier dishes. Speaking of beer, The Brew (see above) located right across the street offers home brewed beer if you want to enjoy a drink or two before dinner at Kali Mirch. While one might night think of Indian cuisine in Yangshuo, this is a great alternative to the 10,000 beerfish restaurants that seem to line every street.