Food is average and the service is average too . Nothing worth to highlight. If only 2 person dining , it will be better for you to call in advance to book for a roast duck for half portion . You need to call and...More
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Recommended by an expat friend, we reserved and ordered two ducks in advance for our dining party. The restaurant is a bit hard to find, tucked away in a courtyard, but has a warm ambience. The duck was outstanding and the carving ceremony with gong...More
A very cosy atmosphere, but an overall so-so experience. The duck cutting in front of you is worthy but the savor is not as good as it looks. I would not go back.
Love the ambience of the place, within a traditional courtyard house. Love the fact that art gallery and sculptures nearby. Very nice deco. The duck is to die for..Or so I thought. Been here several times. This time, duck was served within 5 min of...More
Our fancy hotel poo-pooed our suggestion of trying one of the local Beijing duck joints and insisted that we try this upscale version. The restaurant is located in an alley by one of the fancier shopping and hotel districts in Beijing, with nice decor and...More
The restaurant was managed Hong Kong style with Beijing roast duck which is less fatty in a very nice restaurant setting. The dim sum and Cantonese dishes served are respectable good quality.
We went for the duck. We heard from expats that this duck was the best in town. It was tasty but not as moorish as some of the more ebullient reviewers suggest. It was good. The chef carves the duck in front of you which...More
A local friend took us to this place and was told this was one of the best place for Beijing Duck. And I have to agree. The duck was nice and juicy and the skin was crispy but a tad more fat that I would...More