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Warm up with our new Winter Menu!

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With a new pizza and salad, new mini sliders, and a brand new mussel pot – not to mention new shares and desserts, Gung Ho has got a big new menu to warm you up this Winter!

Come Warm Yourself Up Kiwi Style @ Gung Ho!



Imported sustainably-grown New Zealand Greenshell mussels steamed in a classic apple cider and cream Normande sauce made with chopped fennel, fresh thyme and Moa Apple Cider!

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Tender grass-fed free-range beef from Silver Fern Farms, marinated, slow-roasted and then served on a base of sautéed balsamic beetroot chutney and fresh rocket, topped with a fresh Italian gremolata.

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Noodles, veggies and tender chicken pieces in a rich chicken broth served with oven-baked herbed flat bread.


Hearty roasted pumpkin, sweet potato, beetroot, carrot and onion, topped quinoa and served on a bed of fresh spinach, with a Mediterranean yogourt dressing.

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Slow-roasted imported Silver Fern leg of lamb with cucumber, crisp rocket, and fresh mint tzatziki.


Slow-roasted imported Silver Fern Reserve beef with fresh coleslaw and beetroot chutney.

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A selection of chicken wings, popcorn chicken, kumara chips and cheese balls to share!

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Another classic antipodean treat! Spiced Granny Smith apples covered with rolled oats and chopped almonds, oven-baked and served piping hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.


Fresh yogurt and fruit pieces topped with toasted granola and a drizzle of New Zealand honey!

Plus we’ve just got a TON of brand new craft and specialty beers from New Zealand in our Sanlitun store – the new place for a sneaky drop, a quick pre-game, or an all-night dinner and drinks!

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Gung Ho! Pizza Announcement

Sorry everyone, we’re having some technical issues with our website and we’re working hard to get them resolved at get back online as soon as possible. In the meantime, please call your store directly to arrange for Gung Ho! Pizza delivery.

  • Sanlitun: 8587-1404
  • Shuangjing: 5876-5262

Thanks for your patience!

“Kia Ora” Kiwi Set Menu

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The best of New Zealand…

To celebrate our participation in NZ Food Week this month we’re stoked to share these brand new Kiwi Food Deals with you! These specials are only available through November – so get ‘em while they’re hot!

NZ Food Week is a New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) event showcasing some of the best food from some of the best seas, rivers, farms and pastures that New Zealand has to offer! We’ve been lucky enough to partner with some of these guys to get amazing New Zealand product to share.

Whether it’s grass-fed beef, sustainably grown shellfish, or even beer which – don’t forget – is 90% water, all food comes down to three things: water, air, and earth. And New Zealand’s got the purest of all three. This November, Gung Ho is excited to be able to share these Kiwi goodies with you all!

The star of our Kiwi Week specials is our Kia Ora Set Menu! ‘Kia Ora’ is the Maori language phrase for ‘hello’ – so introduce it to your tummy ASAP!

The Kia Ora Set Menu is perfect for two people and features:

To Eat

One medium Kiwi Lamb Pizza, featuring imported grass-fed free-range lamb from Silver Fern Farms
Cheesy Baked Mussels featuring imported NZ mussels
Our crowd-favorite Kumara Sweet Potato fries
One classic Kiwi Pavlova to share

To Drink

An ice-cold Moa Original classic lager brewed in the world-famous winemaking region of Marlborough, NZ
A glass of red or white wine from Villa Maria, New Zealand’s most awarded winery
A Gung Ho Tea Macchiato made with Zealong tea, grown in New Zealand and certified 100% organic

Just 168rmb (RRP 330RMB) | From Nov 01 to Nov 30

NZ Week Partners

Our Amazing NZ Week Partners

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As part of New Zealand’s “NZ Week” in Beijing, we’ve partnered with some of New Zealand’s best food and alcohol companies! Watch this space for more specials and events!

Whether it’s grass-fed beef, sustainably grown shellfish, or even beer which – don’t forget – is 90% water, all food comes down to three things: water, air, and earth. And New Zealand’s got the purest of all three. This November, Gung Ho is excited to be able to share these Kiwi goodies with you all!

NZ Week Partners

Silver Fern Farms

Silver Fern Farms is New Zealand’s leading producer of premium quality free-range and grass-fed lamb, beef, venison and a bunch of other stuff that tastes great on a grill. What makes it so great? Well, in NZ not only the air and water is the best in the world. Turns out, so’s the grass!

With a diet of rich grass animals grow strong, healthy and lean. The meat that is produced is leaner, more finely textured and nutritionally better for you. Compared to being grain-fed, grass-fed meat is lower in saturated fat, and higher in vitamins A and E, and omega-3! Plus it tastes better!

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Moa Brewery

Proud recipient of more medals than the NZ Olympic team, Moa Beer is made the way beer used to be made before everyone started making it differently and buggered it up.

The Moa brewery is situated among the vineyards in the world famous winemaking region of Marlborough, New Zealand, which isn’t surprising considering founder Josh Scott is also a winemaker and the son of winemakers. In his own words: “It takes a lot of beer to make a good wine”. And vice versa too, apparently.

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Villa Maria

Famous vintner Robert Mondavi once said “You can make bad wine with great grapes but you can’t make great wine with bad grapes.” Turns out that’s also true about grapes and soil, and well, sorry to keep on about that, but New Zealand has got some great soil. Just ask Villa Maria. With vinyards across New Zealand, this family-owned winery is New Zealand’s most awarded winery, number one in New Zealand and number four Most Admired Wine Brand in the world!

Also, their wine bottles have screw tops, so go ahead a get another bottle. It won’t go to waste.

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Zealong Tea

It takes some guts to make Chinese tea in New Zealand and sell it back to the Chinese. Enter Zealong Tea Estates. Zealong’s premium tea is grown, processed, and packaged by passionate tea masters, from a single source in the pristine air and soils of Waikato, New Zealand.

It’s an unbelievably high quality tea, with absolutely no chemicals – certified 100% organic in both New Zealand and China, and one of the very few fully ISO22000 / HACCP certified tea companies in the world, the highest food safety standard in the world!

It also won first and second place in the 2017 Global Tea Championships. But don’t take our word for it, try some yourself!

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October 1 Holiday Delivery Hours

Gung Ho Announcement

Hi guys, just letting you all know that during the first 4 days of the October National Holiday (Oct 1-4) our delivery hours will be shortened to 12pm to 9pm.

Thanks for your understanding. Have a great holiday!

Gung Ho Team

Chinese Valentines Day

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Come celebrate Chinese Valentine’s Day with a romantic New Zealand dinner and live music at Gung Ho.

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Our Famous New Zealand Lamb Pizza

Designed by Rob Cunningham, this pizza features tender slow-baked New Zealand lamb paired with grilled veggies, topped with homemade harissa and fresh mint tzatziki

Imported Mussels in White Wine Sauce

A classic international treat made even better with fresh imported greenshell mussels from New Zealand.

Our Special Whittaker’s Chocolate Mousse

Native New Zealand brand (and local treasure) Whittakers Chocolate is the centerpiece of our very special Qixi dessert. You’ll get one each, so no need to share!

Free Flow New Zealand Wine

The wine growing regions of New Zealand have set the standard for New World wines, adding to an already fast growing reputation. So, cheers big ears!

Oven-Roasted Potato Wedges

Garden Salad

And Live Music acoustic tunes from 7pm to 9pm

To reserve, call Sanlitun (010 8587 1404) or Xihongmen (010 6025 5565)


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Now Hiring: Full Time Brand Ambassador for Kiwi Pizza Bar Gung Ho

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Excellent learning environment in one of Beijing’s most famous F&B companies.


Started by two New Zealanders, Gung Ho Ventures has been a leader in the F&B Industry in Beijing for nearly 15 years. From student cafes and bars to hip pizza concepts to floor shaking EDM festivals and food and beer festivals, we’ve been involved at every level of the F&B industry in China. There are few better places to learn or grow your career profile in Beijing.


We’re looking for a full-time brand ambassador to represent our centrally-located New Zealand-themed pizza restaurant and bar, someone with the ability to create a fun environment, build a community and generate sales. As a Kiwi venue we’re especially interested in someone from New Zealand, but anyone can apply. It’s a great opportunity to learn F&B management and accumulate China experience.

  • Outgoing and great interpersonal skills a must!
  • Salary 8-12k base, plus commission bonus based on sales performance, no cap.
  • Native-Level English (Chinese ability a definite plus!)
  • Bartending experience or passion to learn.
  • Music/Sound Tech Experience a plus (PA system, mixer, etc. but we can train you)
  • Bar/F&B Experience a plus (again, we can train you)
  • Promotion and Social Media Skills
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.


  • Learn F&B, events and customer relations management from the best in a fun and energetic work environment.
  • Good salary with open-ended bonus structure
  • Become a part of a growing F&B company with open advancement opportunity
  • Discounts at all our F&B outlets
  • Bar & Event management training
  • 20 Days PTO per year


Please contact Josh at:

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Karaoke Night @ Sanlitun

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Looking for something different to do on Friday night?

Try out a little light karaoke action at Sanlitun this Friday! We’ve got literally thousands of songs – English, Chinese and more – from brand new top 10 hits all the way back.

Come for the New Zealand pizza, stay for the Buy One Get One Free drinks – and who knows? Maybe sing a song or three!


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Gung Ho visits Shepherd’s Field

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In 1991, Tim & Pam Baker (and their 3 children) adopted a little Chinese girl, a decision that would change their lives. In 1998, the Bakers adopted two more orphans, twin boys, Nathaniel and Zachariah. Recognizing a calling to help children in need, in 1999 they founded an orphanage in a house donated by a local businessman. Langfang Children’s Village was focused on giving at risk and special needs orphans a safe and loving family environment as well as the medical treatment they require. Though the businessman donated 4 more houses to the orphanage, their numbers kept growing and the Bakers needed to find a bigger location.

After Tim found a perfect 6 acre lot close by he went to the local government to discuss price, hoping to bargain hard for a discount. “Before I could even say a word, the man said, ‘How about 1 kuai? ‘That’s 1 kuai! That land was worth a million dollars. So I looked at my Chinese assistant, and said, ‘Did he say one dollar or one million dollars?’ He said, ‘Tim, it’s one dollar, that’s a good deal, you should take it.'” And thus, Shepherd’s Field was born!

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Since 1995 Tim and Pam Baker, along with Shepherd’s Field and the Philip Hayden Foundation have provided surgeries for more than 3000 orphans all over China, and they have assisted in more than 900 adoptions to families in China, North America, Asia and Europe.

  • At any given point there are between 65 to 70 kids.
  • SFCV has 5 houses each housing 10 to 15 kids
  • There is 1 house mother for every 3-4 children
  • Onsite therapy department led by a forieign therapist and her local team
  • A medical center with a doctor and nurse see to all the orphans medical needs
  • They have a network of hospitals in Beijing and Tianjin that donate time and resources
  • They even have a school on site which around 40 kids attend every day, learning Chinese, math, English, music, and art!


Last Christmas Gung Ho! Pizza partnered with Shepherds Field for a special project, pledging one child’s meal for every large pizza sold. We ended up selling 787 pizzas over that period, funding 787 complete meals for the orphans at Shepherd’s Field. Last week, we visited the orphanage to meet the kids, and the Gung Ho! Kiwi Bird came with us!

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This is the Hands of Hope, a wall featuring plaques donated by the new families of adopted orphans. Each plaque features a hand-print of their new child, as well as a message of hope to all of the orphans that remain with the Shepherd’s Field family. It was an incredible and inspiring visit; the children were amazing and loud and funny and incredible and we can’t wait to go back.

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If you’d like to donate or volunteer, head to the website here! Anywhere from 50 to 100 volunteers come over the weekends to help out and play with the kids, with interns from all over the world staying for a few days up to a year.

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The 2017 Beijing Earth Day Festival

This Earth Day, One Percent for the Planet, Patagonia, Gung Ho! Pizza, C Nature and Live Simply are presenting the second annual Beijing Earth Day Festival, a series of events to raise awareness of environmental programs in Beijing.