Lao Sze Chuan has been serving up Chinese classes for over 20 years, but the one you’ve got to try is the Peking duck. Roasted until the skin develops an incredible crispy texture, it’s served with scallions, a sweet hoisin sauce, and delicate pancakes that you can wrap it all up in. Don’t worry though, after savoring the crispy skin and tender breast meat, the rest of the duck turns into duck fried rice and a delicious duck soup!
“We had the Peking duck which was excellent. I am not a big duck fan, but this duck was totally different meaty, juicy and the plum sauce was heavenly. The waitstaff was very attentive and patient.” – Rose M.
“The seven course duck dinner is fantastic! Quiet atmosphere and a beautiful view of the Magnificent Mile. Servers are wonderful and very attentive. Highly recommended.” – Joy N.
“Each of the 7 courses of the duck dinner was delicious. Lovely ambience, wonderful service and juicy Peking duck made it an amazing experience. I’d definitely go back again.” – Kathy P.
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