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Old Dec 7, 12, 4:04 pm
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Beijing Peking Duck

I'm going to Beijing next week, where can I get the best Roasted Duck?
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Old Dec 7, 12, 5:37 pm
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While strolling down the streets of Beijing, you will find many Peking roast duck restaurants. Which one is the best place to savor this mouth-watering delicacy? Here, China.org.cn has picked the top 10 most popular Peking duck restaurants in Beijing.
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Should you be rerouted to IAD or DCA for any reason on your way to Beijing, I recommend the Peking Duck at http://www.pekinggourmet.com/ at 6029 Leesburg Pike, Baileys Crossroads, VA 22041 . . . phone: 703.671.8088 reservations recommended unless you would like a long wait in a very small, crowded, waiting area.
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Old Dec 8, 12, 7:59 am
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I'm going to Beijing next week, where can I get the best Roasted Duck?
If budget is not a problem, Quan Ju De(全聚德) or Da Dong(大董) is the right place for you. They are good but I don't think they have the best value.
It should cost you at least $100 for a meal for 2 people ( one duck and some other foods).

Li Qun (利群)is also well known in foreigner here, and much cheaper.

In this cold weather, I suggest you also try Shuan Yang Rou ( instant boiled mutton in hotpot 涮羊肉), which I personally believe is the best of Beijing local food. But don't go to a random small restaurant, just ask your local contact.
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Originally Posted by jacky7304 View Post
If budget is not a problem, Quan Ju De(全聚德) or Da Dong(大董) is the right place for you. They are good but I don't think they have the best value.
It should cost you at least $100 for a meal for 2 people ( one duck and some other foods).

Li Qun (利群)is also well known in foreigner here, and much cheaper.

In this cold weather, I suggest you also try Shuan Yang Rou ( instant boiled mutton in hotpot 涮羊肉), which I personally believe is the best of Beijing local food. But don't go to a random small restaurant, just ask your local contact.
I have mixed feelings about Li Qun. Yes, it's "local" (in a hutong), but our experience there was not as good as some other places. Even the duck at our hotel had crispier skin. A friend of mine loves Li Qun, and I'll agree that the experience is very much "local" food & atmosphere, though I think the food itself is overrated.
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Travel Technology? Does Peking duck mean something different than I think?
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Travel Technology? Does Peking duck mean something different than I think?
Agreed there is a better home for the thread. Thus it has been moved on to the China forum.

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Please refer to this thread:
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/china...ck-thread.html

Start at the end and work back a few pages.
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And now Da Duck threads are merged.

I still harbour fond memories of the duck at Xiang Man Lou.
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And now Da Duck threads are merged.

I still harbour fond memories of the duck at Xiang Man Lou.
Xiang Man Lou is one of my go-to places for good duck and great homestyle side dishes, all at great prices for a pauper like myself. But best to make a reservation or you'll be waiting a long time, and they only take reservations for 18:00 to 18:30 seating, so plan an earlier dinner. You can order half-ducks here if you're a party of one or two.

Note to the uninitiated: at all duck restaurants, if you want a duck, you need to reserve in advance the number of ducks you want, and when you want it served. The chefs will start the roasting of your duck(s) accordingly, well before you arrive at the restaurant, as it takes awhile. You normally do not go to the restaurant and get seated, then order your duck.
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Originally Posted by jiejie View Post
Xiang Man Lou is one of my go-to places for good duck and great homestyle side dishes, all at great prices for a pauper like myself. But best to make a reservation or you'll be waiting a long time, and they only take reservations for 18:00 to 18:30 seating, so plan an earlier dinner. You can order half-ducks here if you're a party of one or two.

Note to the uninitiated: at all duck restaurants, if you want a duck, you need to reserve in advance the number of ducks you want, and when you want it served. The chefs will start the roasting of your duck(s) accordingly, well before you arrive at the restaurant, as it takes awhile. You normally do not go to the restaurant and get seated, then order your duck.
Good general advice, but I've found that at Quanjude and Da Dong, they roast so many ducks, that there is not usually a significant delay. Whereas at Made in China, for example, no reserved duck can mean one can't order it at all.

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And now Da Duck threads are merged.
I prefer to call it the Quan Ju Duck thread.
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