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dined on Tue, 25 Dec 2012

The peking duck is yummy !

dined on Mon, 22 Oct 2012

Good food, service can be improved

dined on Wed, 2 May 2012

The crispy aromatic duck with Pancake and fried soft shell crab with salted egg is yum

dined on Wed, 25 Jan 2012


dined on Wed, 21 Sep 2011

The chef prepares Northern Chinese specialities such as Peking Duck and dumplings to a high standard. One goes here for such food rather than atmosphere or other amenities.

dined on Thu, 15 Sep 2011

No comment

dined on Mon, 25 Jul 2011

The service was nice, however felt that the quality of the food was somewhat disappointing and rather expensive.

dined on Mon, 13 Jun 2011

Typical of a Chinese restaurant. You really need to work hard to get the attention of the waiting staff. One really annoying observation - I don't understand why they always have to jam both of the male toilet doors open to the full view of the dining room and you could hear what went on in the toilet, flushes and other offensive noises.

dined on Thu, 26 May 2011

No comment

dined on Sun, 8 May 2011

Went to celebrate our 1st year Chinese Wedding anniversary last night. We walked down the aisle in Beijing also on 8th May. I let the restaurant know this in advance and there was no acknowledgement of this e.g. no complimentary bottle of wine, dessert, or even fresh fruits so a bit disappointed. Very popular restaurant, so-so decor but great atmosphere with all the people, someone playing the grand piano would have made it better, especially considering it was Mother's Day! Peking duck was quite delicious, especially when it was still hot. Fried duck with udon type noodles followed and we were thoroughly stuffed. House red Cabarnet Shiraz was decent, ordered the whole bottle for around $25. Satisfied with their full cooperation in handing over the duck carcass upon request, something a fancier restaurant in the city or elsewhere would probably refuse...a great homemade duck bone broth with hot & sour preserved mustard soup & tofu will be boiling away quite nicely tonight!!
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Reviews we love

The Peking duck is what you come for, but they also make spectacular noodles and plump, thin skinned dumplings, not to mention a spicy pig's ear that serves as timely reminder a silk purse can be made from a sow's ear.

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