Aitor Olabegoya, executive head chef at Migas, says: 'It’s a tiny little place with a yellow sign. A local family has run it for years, and they specialise in one thing: chun bing (a type of roll served like Beijing duck but with different fillings). It’s a local-only sort of joint with the limited hours to match. Go during the three-hour windows around lunch and dinner and you’ll find a full house every time.'
Order this 'The thing to get here is, unsurprisingly, chun bing ( 春饼). Ten pancakes with onion and sauce come in an order (14RMB without meat), and many varieties of fillings are available. For something other than bing, consider the soy sauce-braised beef (jiang niurou, 酱牛肉; 18RMB) – it’s also pretty good!'