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The 126-seat Chinese restaurant in Grand Hyatt Beijing is an excellent place to hit for the city's specialty, roasted Peking Duck. In a glass-walled transparent kitchen, local white ducks are roasted... Read More
The 126-seat Chinese restaurant in Grand Hyatt Beijing is an excellent place to hit for the city's specialty, roasted Peking Duck. In a glass-walled transparent kitchen, local white ducks are roasted in a traditional oven above hard date wood until golden and glazed. The chef then carve the fowl next to your table. The crispy and caramelized skin is to be eaten with granulated sugar separately, and the chunks of the meat can be eaten on its own or wrapped into a pancake with shallot, cucumber and sweet soybean paste. The restaurant also offers a selection of top-notch dishes from around the country, including Beggar's Chiken, which is a roasted chicken wrapped in lotus leafs, the sweet and sour "squirrel" fish and the curious fried foie gras. A whole Peking Duck costs around $42 and the order needs to be placed two hours in advance to allow time for cooking.
1 Dong Chang'an St
8518 1234 ext 3608
- Daily 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
- Best Restaurants: "The high-end Chinese restaurant in Grand Hyatt Beijing offers excellent and classic roasted duck as well as a selection typical dishes from different Chinese regions."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: The breakfast buffet is great if you are looking to try some traditional local snacks.