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Does anyone know where I can find the best Peking duck in Boston? I want to stay fairly central and it will be lunchtime. I don't like Chinese food as a rule but have a deep craving for the above....Thanks!

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  1. King Fung Garden ($$), 74 Kneeland St, Boston 02111, Phone: 617-357-5262. 3 course Peking duck. Might want to call ahead to order.

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    1. re: Taralli

      24 hours advance notice required usually. Sometimes you can get lucky with a duck that was not picked up but it's best to call ahead.

      1. re: Dax

        Now I'm hungry.

        They also usually make a couple of "extra" ducks per day, so if you call early enough, you can sometimes get one without the 24-hour advance, but definitely don't show up without reserving in advance or you'll probably be disappointed.

        1. re: Rubee

          hope you don't plan on eating alone. they won't make it for one

          1. re: galangatron

            Good point. I figured the OP knew since they asked specifically for Peking Duck, but just in case - the Peking Duck at King Fung Garden is a whole duck, in three courses (crispy skin with scallions and pancakes, meat stir-fried with bean sprouts, and soup made from the bones with noodles and bok choy). Like Spike, the two of us can't finish it - we get it to go and it makes at least 3-4 meals for us.

            1. re: Rubee

              PS. And because you can't edit a link into a reply.....

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              King Fung Garden
              74 Kneeland St, Boston, MA 02111

          2. re: Rubee

            We did that a few weeks ago (called at 11am when they opened). They give you more than enough pancakes for the duck as well, so we ended up being stuffed after the skin portion (2 people) and had to take most of the other two home. The duck/bean sprout stir fry was great mixed w/ rice the next day :-)

            You know you're in for a liquid fat experience when you wrap it in the pancake and squeeze and your dish has a puddle of duck fat in it, but it still tastes good ;-)

            1. re: Spike

              Can you get the Peking Duck at their Brookline location?

              1. re: Spike

                really? i though the duck was perfect for 2. myself and my son (13) polished one off fairly easily this past father's day. granted we were very full but not so much that we didn't get an order of their Shanghai Noodles for a later snack.

                1. re: ScubaSteve

                  You guys must be big eaters to polish off all 3 dishes ;-)

                  1. re: Spike

                    i guess so.
                    we also had avocado shakes from Xinh Xinh right afterward.

                    1. re: ScubaSteve

                      You guys are eating machines. We thought about getting a mango shake from the same place afterwards but were too stuffed to :-)

                      1. re: ScubaSteve

                        those are orgasmic. never had better avocado shakes from any other vietnamese restaurant

          3. Is the duck at Chef Chang's, in Brookline, still good?