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Quanjude Restaurant

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by Yui Sakata (subscribe)
A Melbourne food lover and explorer. Invite me over for an honest review!
Published September 2nd 2012
Melbourne's polished gem, brought straight over from Beijing
Greeted with extravagant china sets in yellow and blue, a color combination formerly reserved only for the emperor and empress of China, your excitement is hyped-up for the internationally famous Guanjude Peking Duck restaurant at 299 Queen Street in the Melbourne CBD. The Beijing-originated authentic restaurant was first opened around 150 years ago and brought over to Melbourne in 2008



The upscale features isn't just for show. Your roast duck, the must-enjoy speciality is brought over to your table by the chef, who carves the pieces in front of you. The signature duck order, in either whole or half of a duck, is prepared elegantly into a plate of crispy duck skin as entree, the main duck meat slices with steamed pancake wraps, cucumber and green onion pieces, and sweet and salty sauce. The meal is finished with a bowl of savory duck soup.


Chef slicing your roast duck


Duck skin as entree


A plate full of duck meat


Duck soup

At the end of the course, you'll have an indecisive moment with the large selection of ice cream flavors and traditional Chinese deserts. One of the many choices is Peking Toffee Apple with Ice Cream, served for two. The work of art, flying thin pieces, is fine candy, melting sweetly in your mouth.



This rare delicacy is prepared with such a perfection and care. Although a delicious duck is always nice, Quanjude restaurant would pamper you on the occasion of birthdays, wedding celebrations, or business outings. Booking is advised ahead of time.
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Why? To try Beijing's most authentic duck
When: Lunch 12-3 (except Saturdays), Dinner 6-11
Phone: 03-9670-0091
Where: 299 Queen Street, Melbourne Vic 3000
Cost: $50-70
Your Comment
I'd recommend Old Kingdom (Smith St) Fitzroy if your into Duck as well , I'd rate it better then the Peking Duck I had in Beijing !
by paris (score: 0|4) 1856 days ago
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