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Advanced #117 私家菜-藏在胡同里的经典
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    117.1私家菜,就是私人的菜自己家里的菜。 117.2在京城的一些胡同里藏着一些特别的私家菜馆,它们有着固定的食客,有很多特色菜。 117.3通常,私家菜馆并不作广告,只有跟菜馆主人熟悉的人,才能找到地方,这更给这些菜馆增加了一些神秘的色彩,这些才是传统的,经典的私家菜馆。 117.4在一座安静的小四合院里,我们找到这样一家菜馆-“海棠居”,不大的院落,种着一棵海棠树,旁边的树丛里,挂着一个鸟笼,一对小鸟儿欢快的叫着。 117.5白天,这里的房间很安静,仿佛只是一户普通的院子。 117.6相比白天,晚上才是这里就餐的高峰期。 117.7客人大多数是主人的朋友或是听人介绍找来的。 117.8来“海棠居”吃饭的人,很喜欢这里的感觉,虽然不是家,但是在这里却能感受到浓浓的家的味道。 117.9由于多数私家菜馆的位置都比较僻静,因此寻找这些私家菜馆很困难,有些可以在网上查到一点儿资料,有的则是通过客人的介绍知道的,还有的就是偶然的机会碰见的。 117.10不过私家菜馆注重的是“以友会友”,最开始可能只是一些朋友来吃,后来经朋友介绍,又多了一些新朋友,因此私家菜馆慢慢就拥有了自己的固定客人。
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Private home cooking means special cooking made in home. There are some unique home cooking restaurants hidden in Hutong of Beijing, which serve regular guests and signature dishes. Usually, home cooking restaurants never put up advertisement and only those people who are familiar with the owners could know the locations, which add some mysterious element to these restaurants. These restaurants could be called traditional and classical. In a quite quadrangle courtyard, we can find a restaurant called Hai Tang Ju. Its yard is not large with a cherry-apple tree. There is a birdcage hanging in the bush beside and A pair of birds chirp in delight. In daytime, the place is quite just like an ordinary house. In nights, there is a dinner peak. Most guests are friends of the owner or recommend by their friends. People here like the environment. Although it is not their home, they can feel at home. It is hard to find these home cooking restaurants because most of them are located in relatively secluded places. Some of them could be researched on Internet; some are introduced by friends while some are coming across by accident. .However, home cooking restaurants pay more attention to making friends by friends. At the very beginning, maybe some people come to have dinner. Later there are some new friends introduced by original people. Gradually these restaurants have their own regular guests.


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