Peking Duck House
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Peking Duck House information
You already know what the specialty of the house is – big, brown, crispy glazed duck, served with sides of pancakes and hoisin sauce for tearing, rolling and dipping. There are plenty of other dishes to choose from, all bearing imprints of Peking, Shanghai and Szechuan flavors, mixed expertly together. Peking Duck is slightly fancier than other Chinatown spots, but not at all stuffy; it's a popular choice for local families celebrating a big event.