Peking Duck House

Restaurants, Chinese Chinatown
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Photograph: Anna Simonak

Peking Duck House

 (Photograph: Anna Simonak)
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Photograph: Anna Simonak

Peking Duck House

 (Photograph: Anna Simonak)
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Photograph: Anna Simonak

Peking Duck House

Your waiter parades the roasted duck past your party before

placing it on the center show table. A chef brandishes his knives dramatically, then slices the aromatic, crisp-skinned, succulent meat with great flair. Folks at other tables drool with envy. (Don’t they know that this establishment doesn’t require you to order the specialty in advance? Pity.) Select the “three-way,” and your duck will yield the main course (complete with pancakes and plum sauce for rolling up the goods), a vegetable stir-fry with leftover bits of meat and a cabbage soup made with the remaining bone. Yes, the menu lists many dishes besides Peking duck, but reading it will only delay the inevitable.

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Venue name: Peking Duck House
Contact:
Address: 28 Mott St
New York
10013
Cross street: between Mosco and Pell Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 11:30am–10:30pm; Fri, Sat 11:30am–11:30pm
Transport: Subway: J, M, Z, N, Q, R, W, 6 to Canal St
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V
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mafeloreto
tastemaker

These days, so many expensive fancy restaurants in the city claim to have the BEST peking duck, looking to charge you an arm and a leg for a dish that you can get perfectly made right here. Best peking duck in chinatown that will not break the bank - the rest of the food in the menu is delicious as well. PLUS - it's BYOB. Win win all over!

Maria M
tastemaker

One of the more upscale Chinatown restaurants but with the same inexpensive prices that are offered at other hole-in-the-wall Chinese restaurants in the area. Also located right near the ice cream spot 10below which is definitely a plus. Highly recommend trying this place if you're in the area and want to have a little more upscale of a Chinatown experience!

ssh2138
tastemaker

One of Chinatown's fancier restaurants but still holds true to its authentic taste. A bit pricier than some of the hole-in-the-wall restaurants but worth it if you want to have a nice dinner with friends or a quiet lunch since they're not as busy as some of the other restaurants around lunch time. I recommend the crispy duck that comes with home made buns that are quite good and enough to be a starting dish for 3-4 people.