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Peking Duck, Private Kitchen

2015 Vantone Center, 6A Chaowai Dajie
5907-1920
Beijing Duck
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Address:
2015 Vantone Center, 6A Chaowai Dajie
Address in Chinese:
朝外大街甲6号万通中心底商2015号
Opening Hours:
11am-2pm, 5pm-10pm
Phone:
5907-1920
Price range:
¥100-199
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Not to be mistaken for just another joint slinging quackers in a duck-loving town, this place is a serious contender for the title of Beijing's best duck. The modern dining room is bathed in the aroma of burning jujube wood, the menu offers some decent, innovative fare to round out the meal, and service is friendly and efficient.

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ilovemyfood

Lovely setting, delicious Beijing duck and very decent prices sums up this restaurant. Be sure to book in advance and order your duck or you will be disappointed. The kitchen closes at 9pm but you can linger for a while longer. The service is ok, staff don't smile much. The only downside of this place is you will smell of smoke afterwards from the smoking ovens in the kitchen.
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I took my in-laws here, and they hands down said it was the best meal they have had in Beijing (we have been to Baoyuan Jiaozi Wu for dumplings, Va Va Voom, Wu Li Xiang, and Drum and Gong Fusion). We ordered half the roast duck, the Goose liver tofu, the fried rice with beef and cabbage, the scaled Chinese vegetables, and the dessert of candied yam. The duck was beautiful and the goose tofu was simply put, out of this world. An imaginative yet authentic dish that brought foods in sync you never thought could go together. The fried rice was lovely though a tad soggy, and the vegetables were perfectly prepared but should have come with a variety of vegetables and greater quantity. The dessert which had no English translation on the menu was a brilliant surprise of roasted yam coated in candied sugar. It was indescribably fantastic, enticingly sweet, sticky and gooey. The atmosphere is subdued and relaxing, and with most dishes at only 28kwai, it is upper crust Chinese cuisine at local prices. Peking Duck Private Kitchen is the best duck in town and one of the best for creative and contemporary yet authentically Chinese.
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shanbyers

Really really good duck and great surroundings! I'm not crazy about the rest of their menu though. I'm sure it's supposed to be a little different and all, but to me it was just strange. Things like sweet and sour pork, but only half of the pieces were pork and the others were something like pears. Great duck though and really good if you are tired of the same old Chinese food and want it with a bit of a twist. Unfortunately, I"m not much for twists!
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chrischuang

Just came back from dinner at PDPK and have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. The price of 98 RMB gets you a full duck along with the crispy duck skins on a side with sugar, all the necessary condiments, as well as the wraps. For the very clean and nice modern atmosphere of the restaurant, I think this is an excellent value and I will definitely be returning. It is located right across Central Park in Chaowai SOHO so for those in the CBD area, it is a very convenient location. As for the duck itself, I found the skin to be just the perfect blend of crispiness and to be very tasty although I felt that the actual meat itself seemed to be less than I expected. Nonetheless, it was able to moderately fill up me and a friend and if you order any other side dishes you can certainly leave feeling a lot more stuffed. Finally, service here is okay, they did accidentally bring out the marinated bamboo when we ordered the yams with blueberry but at least apologized for it. They also very generously refilled our dipping sauces when we requested it. All in all, an excellent duck can be found here and especially for those in CBD, it should be tried at least once. Oh yeah...they've got nice comfortable couches too!
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julie510

The duck was delicious and it's up there with Made in China. The meat was tasty and the skin was crisp. Besides the duck, all other dishes were a disappointment as the portions were very small. The restaurant is worth the visit only for the duck but not for anything else. The servers were a bit pushy in trying to insist one in our group sit at the end of the table where there is NO leg room underneath the table.
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I'm not really sure what these reviews are raving about duck-wise, cuz I took an out-of-towner here over the weekend (hoping to give da dong a run for its money) and it was less than stellar. Duck lacked flavor and the meat was dry -- no comparison to Da Dong, despite the much lower price. You get more duck, but not quality -- for 98kuai, you might as well check out Jingzun for 88kuai a duck...just as good if not better. One thing private kitchen did well was the kung pao shrimp... otherwise, don't waste your time. All in all, went in with high expectations from CW reviews, but left disappointed and unfulfilled!
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cc58

If you're craving for beijing duck and don't want to travel all the way to Dadong, this is your place. The duck is delicious and reasonably priced at 98rmb, but smaller in size. The set menues offer a wide selection of dishes, but I think it can be prepared better. I would say this place is definitely worth a try, but don't expect everything else besides the duck to be as excellent as Dadong.
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billyboy

The owner ( or manager ) came to served us on the table. For me the duck skin was a liitle bit too sweet, however i still like it. When we enter the restaurant, strong Jujube wood fragrant kind like give natural perfume to the dinning room, i love it. ( The negative side, my clothes really smell like bbq ). Celery and ginko dish was good, duck spring roll with cheese.... just ok, i guess. Well, Kungpao chicken.. mild and not so spicy, just nice on your palate. Since this is 'open kitchen', we can see the head chef having cigarette behind the glass window during service. No worries... this is China!
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chinaman

Actually, the owner has extended the duck special through end-February, for the whole of Chinese New Year month. There is plenty of time to enjoy!
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dairyqueen

I had dinner there last night and everything was delicious. I couldn't believe how affordable the duck was. While I did not think it was as good as the duck at Da Dong, (I love how thin and crispy the skin is there) there really isn't a better quality duck at those prices. Apparently they are still having their 88rmb/duck special until Jan. 13th. I believe normal prices are 98rmb. Often at duck restaurants only the duck is a standout, but the other dishes we ordered were also well made and equally affordable. The kungpao chicken and shrimp was good as was the sweet and sour pork. The ambiance of the restaurant is very nice and cozy. Definitely check out Peking Duck, Private Kitchen!
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thezippy

Seriously excellent food... check out the Set Menus... we had the basic set for RMB 168 and it included sticky lotus root stuffed with rice, fantastic steamed broccoli (I don't even like broccoli), gung-pao chicken, spicy beef, and an entire duck... FOR TWO. The duck is amazing... easily as good as Da Dong and I'd have to do a taste-off to see how it fares next to Made In China -- mind you, a whole duck here is less than 100 Kuai!! Seriously... a must-try place, and one of my new favorite restaurants. The only real problem I have is that I can only bring myself to eat duck a few times/year...
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