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Peking Duck

308 Victoria Ave, Chatswood, Sydney 2067., Australia

🛍 chinese , Casual Dining

3.3 💬201 Reviews

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Order your lunch or dinner now at Peking Duck, quick, easy, online! Whether for a company party, or your birthday, guaranteed freshly prepared and delivered by the home delivery service of Peking Duck from Chatswood. Do you have any questions? Just call +61294112013.

There are many occasions when it's convenient to have your food delivered right to your door. You'll have more time to do what you really want to do when you get your food directly from your Tavern without having to pick it up. Enjoy the sun, spend time with friends and loved ones, or catch up with colleagues. When you order food delivery at your next company party, give your employees the freedom to choose exactly what they want - a gesture they're sure to appreciate. Home delivery is easy, convenient and always delicious!.

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Great place for my friends 19th Birthday, the food was cooked to perfection and the dumplings were some of the best I have experienced. The BYO option really suited our group and made it a very comfortable and pleasurable dining experience. I have no doubt I will be back in the future. Thank you Peking Duck.


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My partner vomited after eating the seafood tofu. The tofu was tasting weird and they 'remade' within 3 minutes..... we did not taste the remade dish but they still insisted on charging us. Worst peking duck ever. I would give 0 star if there is such thing. The duck was cold, salty and the pancakes were cold too. The restaurant did not seem clean at all. DO NOT EAT HERE


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Chatswood

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Categories

  • chinese
  • Casual Dining

Amenities

  • Delivery
  • Takeaway Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • BYOW
  • Parking available 67 metres away
  • Reservations

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This place started off promising fresh Wagyu indulgence prepared in two distinctive ways - Shabu Shabu (hot pot) or Sukiyaki (skillet method of cooking). I am a huge fan of the latter although curiosity prompted me to investigate Shabu Shabu, after all, it is the name of the purveyor.Greatly disappointed. The broth was plain and the meat was not as fresh as it was presented in their website. I went away feeling lighter in my pocket as the total bill came up to nearly $50 because I ordered soft drinks - it seemed to me that they are trying to charge huge margins from drinks. But again you can say I've a penchant for punishment. I thought I'll return to try the Sukiyaki to see if the restaurant can redeem itself.Let me sumamrised my second and definitely final visit was driven by these findings:1) Wagyu was not fresh, you can't taste the sweetness of the meat, the marbling were bland2) Who on Earth trained that waiter? He started the broth boiling and threw in all my vegetables before the meat came out - fancy some soggy overcooked greens, anyone?3) I was promised a bowl of rice. It took nearly the time for me to painstakingly stretch my dinner consumption time for that damn bowl to arrive - in the end, soggy, stodgy lump of rice in a bowl, served with no love - it was 90 minutes before closing time, what was the kitchen doing?!4) For $38 per person, this was absolutely culinary robbery at its best.In fact, the only thing they had excelled in doing is to keep turning customers away with their unbelieavable service. The staff was skeletal, unmotivated and it's never a good sign when you have more empty seats than patrons. No wonder they stopped trading lunch hour.I had no idea how long they can survived and if they do, I tend to lean on my conspiracy theory, with such low value and poor quality food served by evenly more abysmally trained staff, and the high prices they charged, this front could most probably be a wheeler dealer rather than a bona fide Japanese restaurant!Learn from my ill-fated food adventure and save your money. If you are hankering for good Sukiyaki, just go next door to the Japanese competitor by the corner. Now that one is a success story itself - always full, chirpy and good value, and yes, their Sukiyaki kicks some serious boot, plus weekdays they have Japanese beer at happy hour! What's not to like?

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