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Jul 14, 2009 02:05 PM

Fuloon: Describe Wok Baked Beef

I am heading there tonight for the first time. The one thing I cannot seem to find is a description of what exactly composes this dish other than beef + cilantro.

So whats the hype all about exactly?

I already called ahead for a Peking Duck mmmmmmmmm.

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  1. Beef, Cilantro, and a brown sauce is all I recall. It comes in a sizzling skillet not a wok.

      1. I think the wok baked chicken is better. The chicken is juicy, slippery, salty.

        1. The beef is soft and tender, and comes with a salty brown sauce and cilantro-- that's pretty much all there is to the dish. Since it is served in the hot skillet, the beef at the very bottom caramelizes a bit by the end of the meal. I'm usually all about pork but think the beef is better.

          1. The only time I had it, I thought it was pretty overrated. Extremely tenderized beef, brown sauce, and some cilantro. It wasn't served sizzling, but it did come in a big frying pan. Maybe they forgot to let it heat up enough... I thought it was like beef & broccoli without the broccoli.