Gone to Quan Juan De for dinner.
Beijing Tiananmen Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant is licensed as the first category restaurant to cater foreign tourists. It has a total floor space of 1,000 square meters and can accommodate 500 guests at one time. The restaurant is consists of an a-la-carte dinning hall, a main banquet hall and private deluxe rooms, well suited to host all kinds of banquet and small conference parties.
The restaurant specializes in Beijing Roast Duck, all duck banquet and Shandong cuisine. The restaurant is located in the east side of Tiananmen Square at a convenient location with a elegant environment.
Peking Ducks for takeaway, which you in freezer up to 3 months.
The ducks hang out to dry.
Into the oven with cherry woods.
The dinning hall at second floor.
The table setting.
The sauce and sides for the peking duck slices to wrap with on the pancake wrappers.
Slicing the peking duck (238 yuan) in front of us.
The crispy skin parts.
The meat part with wrappers.
Duck Wings Don’t Have Bone (20 yuan/10pcs)
Very nice, but funny name.
Sauteed Fungus and Lily Bulbs (56 yuan/ 300g)
Fried Diced Duck (75 yuan/ 400g)
Stuffed with minced duck, very unique.
Sauteed Duck Gizzard and Pork Tripe (40 yuan/ 300g)
The only pork dish that can be found in the menu.
Chinese Toon with Walnuts (22 yuan/ 100g)
It is actually raw dou miao on top of walnuts. No sauce at all
Sauteed Sweet Corn with Pine Nuts (28 yuan/ 300g)
Our plain rice did not come after we finished our mains, so it was changed to fried rice.
Red Bean Paste and Cashew Nuts Puff (22 yuan/ 6pcs)
Egg Yolk Puff (28 yuan/ 6 pcs)
Total damages for 2 tables : 1529 yuan ( include 10% service charge, 2 bottle of beer, 1 bottle coke & a serving of wrappers/table + 1 pot of tea)
Address : next to the Beijing National Museum, Beijing, China
Website : http://www.quanjude.com.cn