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I was anxious to try the famous Beijing Roast Duck, and these guys sure know how to present a dish, they make a whole show. However, the taste was OK, not what I expected, and that makes it a bit expensive
Very traditional from Beijing the duck , also known as laqued duck, is served with a kind o cerimonial!
The chef comes to your table to take very thin slices of this delicious meal. You also will have a doze different side dishs.
A fancy franchise for Beijing's famous duck, this restaurant is okay. The service started off great but faltered after they neglected to ever bring us one of the dishes we'd ordered. This place is decent, but there are definitely better options out there.
We were staying Hilton Beijing Wangfujing which is just round the corner from the famous Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant.
The duck here was delicious as expected and watching it being served to us was a treat!
I‘ve been to this Dadong venue with my friend to show her the great Beijing roast duck. I reserved a table beforehand, but when we arrived they lead us to a separate room that looked more like a storage room than a nice expensive restaurant,...More
This is one of the oldest and most famous places to eat duck in Beijing.
We arrived at lunchtime and were allocated a number and asked to wait in a seated area. In about 15 minutes our number came up and we were shown to...More
We ordered the full duck for two people and had more than we could eat. It would easily feed three to four people. The food just keeps coming, as you are served every part of the duck, and Duck Soup as well! Fortunately, it is...More
Duck is great so delicious. They do have others items on the menu. Don't book this place if you're not going to go to dinner early. Had a reservation for 8:30pm and they rushed us to order as we were the last customers of the...More