Yiko Restau­rant & Beer Bar (一口)

There’s noth­ing bet­ter than kick­ing back with a fresh beer poured straight from the tank af­ter a long day of ex­plor­ing, and Yiko’s un­fil­tered brews are the is­land’s best. Our fa­vorite is the pil­sner, which glows with a cloudy gold­en good­ness. The mi­cro-brew­ery, which is owned by the ad­ja­cent Naza Ho­tel, al­so turns out a deeply col­ored “Amer­i­can IPA” that’s light on hops and thus bet­ter than the orig­i­nal, and the am­ber ale is dry and malty, more thirst-quench­ing than most. The kitchen’s re­li­able West­ern-Chi­nese fare, al­so avail­able at the more for­mal restau­rant across the street, is well pho­tographed and ex­plained on the menu. Stir-fried as­para­gus and surf clams are de­li­cious, and que­sadil­las hit the spot. Cu­ri­ous­ly, the wine list is all Hungarian.

Address:38 An­hai Road, Gu­langyu Is­land, Sim­ing Dis­trict, Xi­a­men City, China