They have prix-fixed Peking Duck meals which include a variety of dishes besides the Peking Duck at a very reasonable price. But for those days where you crave for a Peking Duck without having to over eat, I am so glad that I can have it without having to travel far away.
You can actually order 1 Peking Duck, a vegetable dish and if you want something else more to eat, you can order the house fried rice. This order will feed a party of 3 maybe up to 4 if the group are light eaters.
Above, is a video of how Peking Duck is carved to be served. The process to prepare the duck itself is the secret. Some blow air between the skin and the meat which makes the skin crisp when baked.
My Chinese Pediatrician told me long time ago that to prepare a Peking duck, you prick the skin and brush the entire duck liberally with Sherry or Chinese wine. Then, you hang it a few hours before baking or roasting it in the oven, to drain all the fat out. Would you believe that I actually tried it at home? Although the skin became crisp, I think it's easier to eat this at a restaurant that specializes in Peking duck.
|The duck was first shown to us and then carved.|
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