Imperial Treasure is a well known Chinese restaurant chain which sells authentic Chinese dishes. The Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck Restaurant uses traditional methods of preparing the peking duck, which gives to it's superior taste and quality.
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Trusty Peking Duck!
When it comes to roasted meats, no one does it better than the Cantonese. This Cantonese restaurant specializes in Peking Duck and it is really not a surprise that they do it so well. If you have had bad peking duck before, you would know how important it is for the meat to be juicy and tender while covered in glossy slightly charred duck skin. The Peking Duck here is all kinds of good. The skin is the best best best part. I don't care if its fattening because I would sacrifice my fats for the Peking Duck here! (Sorry tummy...)
Environment wise, it can get noisy with the clinging and clanging of ceramic wares and noisy chatting because it is a popular place for family gathering. I feel that this adds to the whole atmosphere and enhances the dining experience. It's just odd to be in a Cantonese restaurant without listening to the workers conversing in Cantonese and bustling chatting noises. Really recommend this place for Peking Duck and their other Chinese dishes to go along with the duck! A little on the pricey side but a treat once in a while won't hurt because you totally deserve it!
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Super yummy peking duck
I was treated to Peking Duck recently, and it turned out it was at this restaurant. I've only had Peking Duck a few times prior to this, and in small servings. I knew I loved it from the first time I tried it, but I rarely got the chance to eat it.
The atmosphere of the restaurant was quite lively, I saw lots of Chinese families having lunch there. Needless to say, every table had peking duck. Once the food started to arrive, the waiter came out with the whole duck and started cutting it on a separate trolley-table beside our table. It was quite the show. The first few pieces of crispy duck skin was served to us on the table, where we also had popiah skin, sauce and some vegetables to make a roll with the peking duck. The crispy skin was divine, cooked to perfection. The whole duck was very enjoyable, and eating them in rolls made for a fun lunch experience. There were also other small dishes to accompany our lunch, like the golden fried white bait fish which was so light and fluffy with a hint of fish taste.
I would definitely come back here again. I think it's quite costly, but worth every penny.