[Scroll down for rating.] One of the well known dishes from China the famous Peking Duck. I think it doesn't really matter where you eat it since they will probably all taste the same at least for me they did and I had several of them already. This meal I did brought with a bug from Groupon and only had to pay a 3/5 of the original price(2017). I think for the original price you could get better Chinese food and even more authentic food. Nonetheless a Peking duck is worth a try and it doesn't matter where you get your share. Tbh once I entered this restaurant I was startled by the amount of elderly German people and me and my companion were the only Asian people in this restaurants beside the kitchen staff. At this point I already jumped too all weird conclusion. But hey I was here for the food which I almost got for free thanks to the bug and I was not disappointed regarding the price I had to pay! Normally the dish called Peking duck is made of 3 components and from my first experience to this particular one there are some difference. As starter we got a soup made of the bones of the 24h roasted Peking duck. It was only okay nothing special. After the soup comes several duck dishes and here we got the typical Germanised twist at some of them. The Chinese Peking duck comes with more or less crispy skin,succulent meat, rich hoisin sauce, aromatic leeks and thin pancakes. As always at the bottom are krupuk so the whole plate looks bigger. Until this point I was pretty satisfied with the outcome and it was already worth the visit but there was more to come. I only paid 20€ for a whole 4 course menu thanks to the bug. Consider the fact that this menu is for 4 person and we had to pay for extras a very cheap dinner. 💲Price 20€ / 60€(2018) 🍽Food 8/10 💆🏻Service 8/10 🏮Ambience 7.5/10 📍Location Bambergerstr 30 ──────────────────── #berlin#berlin🇩🇪 #berlinblogger#foodberlin#berlinfood
My mouth waters just looking at this photo! This is my all-time favorite "Fried Yellow Noodles" dish, the likes of which I've only found in Karamay. Sure, there are other fried yellow noodles, but this is just unreal. The Hui family restaurant where I found it tells me that nobody else does it like them, even in Urumqi (of course, they might just be lying to me!). It's an unbelievable blend of noodles, onions, tofu, peppers, and lamb meat all put together. Doesn't it look tasty?