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★★★★★

“I certainly have to testify, the food at the Peking...”

Written on: 01/03/2005 by alvinc5 (4 reviews written)

Good Points
- Comforting atmoshpere.
- Subtle lights.
- Neat, arranged tables and seating arrangements.
- Superb canton and peking cuisine.
- Wide range of foods.
- Quality service.

Bad Points
...an unthinkable task.

General Comments
I certainly have to testify, the food at the Peking Palace Restaurant most definitely reflects its pricing. There is a delicious range of Peking and Canton foods, and if I can remember: soups, appetizers, beef dishes, chicken dishes, duck, pork and lamb dishes, seafood dishes, sweet & sour, curry, noodles, rice, foo young, bean curd and not forgetting the vegetarian dishes. There is also a range of set dishes for those interested in a selection of specific foods. I'm sure you'll find as I do, there is something fitting for everyone.



My favourite dishes in particular would certainly be the sizzling fillet steak, chicken and sweetcorn soup, king prawns with chilli & salt, scallops and their variety of mixed oriental vegetables. All seasoned with a specific oriental flavour, these dishes are always ordered when I arrive. However, there are many more on the table which are exceedingly appetizing, such as their succulent aromatic duck. You can also order and take away food, and enjoy your meal at the comfort of your own home.



Sadly leaving the food behind, I feel that drinks should also have a moment in the spotlight. Many different flavours of alcohol are available, which include beers, spirits, some liqueurs, wine and aperitifs. There is of course the soft drinks available too. There are also some appetising desserts on the menu, which you cannot resist even after a deeply filling meal.



The atmosphere is relaxing, feels friendly, cheery. I've enjoy eating here because of the subtle lighting, exotic window greenery and most significantly, the neat and well presented format of dining tables. If you haven't dined here before...you most certainly haven't eaten before.



If my resources are correct, I believe you can retrieve further details at The Peking Palace website.

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