Since China introduced its reform and opening-up policies, restaurants in the country have largely advanced from labor-intensive to capital-intensive operations. But Laojin Peking Hotpot, a tiny and hidden hotpot place, hasn't changed much in 30 years. The restaurant, a local favorite in Beijing’s Tianqiao neighborhood, has only 10 tables and a simple menu.
Updated 11:03, 04-Nov-2018