If you pine for Peking duck, Quánjùdé steps up to the plate. For ¥76 you get half a duck, a meal for one, served with cucumber, scallions and hoisin sauce. Purists maintain that the best Peking duck is served within earshot of the Forbidden City, but as a Běijīng institution, Quánjùdé is a close second.
The picture menu is Chinese only, but you can ask either for a whole duck (一只烤鸭; yīzhī kǎoyā) or a half duck (半只烤鸭; bànzhī kǎoyā). The chef carves it for you at your table, as in Běijīng.