LiQun Roast Duck Restaurant: "Get your Peking Duck here!" Li Qun Roast Duck Restaurant Tip by geekgrrl

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by geekgrrl

Because the 'big' Peking Duck place was full, our local tour guide took us here. I loved walking through the hutong to get here. I loved the fact that it was not fancy at all. I loved being able to see them roast the ducks. It was a great experience!

Favorite Dish: We had an appetizer that consisted of finely chopped shrimp, scallions, spinach in a cooked duck egg wrapper, and then sliced. That was good. Then came the Peking duck - thin slices of duck skin served with a thin Chinese pancake, scallions, and hoisin sauce. There was so much that we couldn't finish it all. Then came duck soup which was mainly just thin soup that tasted like turkey soup with some scallions in it. We also had an eggplant dish, a chicken with red peppers (that Bill deemed too hot to eat), and a shrimp dish with what looked like rice-crispie treats in it. The last dish presented was the duck carcass that had been deep-fried.

Address: No.11 Beixiangfeng, Zhengyi Road
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Off Qianmendong Street
Phone: 67055578
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 5
Theme: Local

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  • Updated Jun 6, 2004
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