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We were wandering the main street of Sydney in the rain and ducked into Peking for lunch. We were happy that it was dry and had open tables. We were pleasantly surprised by the food! The wonton soup was among the best I’ve ever had...More
Much better than local competition for the Chinese food market. They offer all the standard items with a list of Canadian items as well. Right in downtown this is the place to go if you are looking for this type of food.
This place smaller portions compared to other Chinese restaurants. Also the authentic section of the menu was lacking flavour. We had the Mapo tofu , Singapore noodles , eggplant and pork and they all lacked flavour.
This is where I always took my Mom as a treat ...many years ago .just had to try it . Don’t know why people are slamming it . The food is very good...delivered hot and fresh . Loved the spring rolls and the sweet and...More
My wife and I went out for a nice relaxing meal at the Peking . The prices were reasonable and the food was very tasty and good portions.We both picked from the combination dinner menu. We would return.
Date of visit: September 2017
Bernadette S, Owner at Peking Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 5 October 2017
Thank You for the lovely review it would be our pleasure to serve you again.
We stopped by this restaurant through the recommendation of one of the store owners across the street. There was only one server in the restaurant but she did an excellent job of taking care of our dining needs. We were quite impressed. We ordered the...More
Ordered the combination plates on special, which were reasonably priced. However the taste was very bland and the chicken balls were 90% batter and what little meat was in them was terrible. The Cantonese Chow Mein was overpriced and at over $15 was dry and...More
Food and service not what it used to be 30 years ago! Back then, the Peking was a true treat for anyone who went. Food was awesome and so was the service. Not now!
On our last trip there, when paying the owner's son asked...More
Date of visit: April 2016
Bernadette S, Manager at Peking Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017
30 years is a long time. Peoples tastes have changed most look for healthier options no msg ,gluten free or low sodium. We try to accommodate everyone unfortunately omitting these ingredients alters the taste for some.