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May 25, 2006

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Hours: 11:00 – 22:00

Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 This post is long overdue. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 We went out to visit my friend Elmar in Beijing in Jan and after much fussing over which Peking Duck restaurant to go to we decided to try the fabulous Da Dong Roast Duck Restaurant. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 It’s miles apart from the semi-ghetto-now-becoming-way-too-touristy Li Qun Peking Duck joint that I wrote about a long time ago. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 I would still go back to Li qun anyday, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 but I wanted to experience Da Dong since it’s one of those ultra way over the top Beijing Chinese restaurants that go the full 9 yards. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 First off, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 it not only has the sexy qi po dressed hostesses at the door but it also has a few security guards ( in case some black market mafia / politician pulls up in their new Audi ).

Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 da dong peking duck restaurantChinese resaurants love to showcase their prowess. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 The chef has received multiple awards from government officials and there’s a gallery of photos of him next to the premier, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 presidents from around the world, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 and celebrities. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 It’s one of the things I loved when I lived out in Beijing – you can dine and party at these ultra elite places minus the attitude and pay a reasonable price. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 [By the way if you are not familiar with the ridiculous degree of showcasing that goes on in Chinese busineses – check out one of the most hillarious posts I’ve ever read and videos I’ve ever watched on Cha Xiu Bao Blog]

Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 We started off with some delicate dishes such as the Huang Gua dish – which is pickled cucumbers served with chili oil. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 We also ordered some random dish that I forget but these little puff pastry ducks on the side of the dish are hillarious. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 I actually ate one of those ducks and was surprised to find that they were filled with a tasty sesame paste.

The Peking Duck Extravaganza

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Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 You can get Peking duck all over Beijing and it will normally cost you around 38 – 60 Yuan per duck ( $8-9 USD ). Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 The difference is whether the restaurant uses an electric stove or the traditional wooden stove to roast the peking duck. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 Here at Da Dong it’s over 100 Yuan but in my opinion you should try it cause it’s definitely worth it. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 Like Li Qun, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 they also roast their Peking ducks in a wood burning oven.

Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 peking duck - da dong restaurant beijingMidway through our meal, aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 they wheeled in our Peking duck on a cart and a master chef carved it right before our eyes. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 The meat was roasted just right and served immediately. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 We rolled our duck wraps in the flour pancakes and enjoyed some really great Peking duck. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 I have yet to try the famous Peking duck restaurant over on He Ping Men which is supposedly the city’s best but I can’t imagine the duck getting any better than this. Aristocort 40mg pills $142.00 peking duck beijing – da dong restaurant

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    […] For dinner we ate at a relatively famous joint, Da Dong Roast Peking Duck Restaurant. It’s pretty over the top- there’s a foodie fan guy who wrote about it here. You go in and there’s letters on the wall from people who’ve eaten there, like the King of Cambodia. (Which strikes me as a bit of a mixed blessing, as royal jobs go- sure, you’re a king, but of Cambodia?) […]

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