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Melbourne Peking Duck @ Bangsar

by Taufulou

update: 1/5/2016 – close down

Although I studied in Melbourne for 3 years, neither did I know that Melbourne actually famous for Peking Duck. Then I went to Google about it and surpise to see that this outlet Melbourne Peking Duck is actually serve awesome Peking duck that written by many bloggers there. Quickly I watsapp my friend there, and she mention its a recent thing that got pick up over the past 3-4 years. Means it was after I left. Most of you studied there would know this restaurant Old Kingdom, that serve pretty good Chinese dish. Guess what? The master chef is here in this outlet preparing and coordinating all the dish here especially on his specialty Peking Duck.

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Now to those who are craving for Melbourne Peking Duck you need not take 747 all the way back there as they have just arrive in KL that started operate right about 2 weeks. The restaurant operate right in the heart of Bangsar or I would say directly opposite Alexis, Bangsar.

Easily to be located and the sign board already very prominent to capture your attention.

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As I went up here, the restaurant is still under its final touch as for now on 90% complete.

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this is what I meant 90% complete as the final 10% touch up are decorations in the outlet.

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I find that the price are pretty reasonable especially with Peking Duck set. With RM 78  you get a peking duck with 3 more dish conversion or RM88 with additional dish. Set 2 definitely capture my attention more.

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Chili paste taste awesome is something that you must not miss to add into your fried noodle or even into your peking duck roll.

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Here came our order that, the duck neck is long it shows that the duck is roast by hanging. Its shinny skin and roasted smell of the duck   distract our attention in take picture of the duck. Smells so good~

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As the crispy duck is ready to be skin, we cant wait to grab a piece of the skin and directly put it into our mouth.

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The master chef is here, we are proud to have him back as, at first thought I thought he is from China that resides in Australia. Well, all of us are wrong that he is actually a Malaysian with more than 10 years experience working in a famous restaurant for peking duck also stayed in Melbourne for more than 10 years.

As the chef cut thru the skin, can see moist fats oil oozing out from the meat. Saliva dripping.

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Here are the fine cut with sligtly cut meat along and ready to be wrap around. I quickly throw one piece into my mouth, I can sense that more peking duck is calling my name. 😀

The difference between the ducks that I previously had over a restaurant last week (click here) are, Melbourne Peking Duck cut with meat are slightly thicker and fats on beneath the skin just perfect.

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Then we were thought how to wrap on the chinese pancake along. Not only that, their pancake is home made fresh in the kitchen upon ordering as you can still feel its steamy hot, and have to quickly do the wrapping while its warm.

Lay the cucumber and spring onion on your 3 o’clock direction, add on your prefered amount  of sweet hoisin sauce, follow by laying the duck skin atop, fold half from 9’oclock to 3 o’clock direction and fold both ends together.

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Tadaaa…simple and easy to eat. The taste of crispy skin and duck meat along with the sauces just burst with flavours inside my mouth and I love the taste of the pancake. Think yet aromatic, pairs well with the peking duck. We end up having 2 duckie.

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As the duck is being slain, do not miss out duck drumstick. Moist meat with crispy skin on edges, dipping along with the sauce is just perfect.

After we have clear all the skin on the duck, what happen to the meat. Well, remember the set I was mention, it was then further slices the meat out to cook along with other dishes as below:

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As we were half full then we ordered Fried pork

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Salted Egg Yolk with Butter Chicken.
Buttery butter, balmy chili leaves ,with extremely light and thin ‘egg filament’ .

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Stir-fry beansprout with shredded duck meat. I prefer this is something light for me, yet this is the first time I came across bean sprout fried along with duck meat. Turns out to be pretty good.

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Homemade Tofu with fish meat

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Another well cook dish is Shredded Duck Meat Fried Rice. Fragrant with ‘wok hei’ and the chili paste I mention, just bring the extra flavour out of it.

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Shredded Duck Meat Fried Flat Noodle. Stir-fry with dark soy sauce, loads of crunchy bean sprouts and shredded duck meat. We were so full when this dish came. Underestimate the make over of the duck.

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One of my favourite of all, its a very different version on the salty veggie duck soup I had as this bends towards more mild taste as after all heavy weight being serve first, this retaurant serve the soup in opposite direction. Its at the end. Something mild and nice to close off my appetite.

As last 2 week I also had peking Duck in another restaurant (click here) and here I am again to hunt for another good one. Verdict, this 1 stood out better.

The restaurant is newly operated do give a restaurant a month or 2 to improve on their dishes. If you are looking for nice Peking Duck, no doubt that this is one of the restaurant to hunt for. Good for you guys that stay nearby there. Recommended on their Peking Duck.

For family outing, here are the menu for your reference

Locations:
Melbourne Peking Duck
Address : 24-1 , Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru.
Opposite Alexis bar and bistro

Tel: 03-2202 1588

Operating hours: 11am – 10pm Daily (break from 3pm-6pm)

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Galvin Tan 02/10/2012 - 12:03 pm

Now that’s odd, in fact quite hard to digest the idea of Peking Duck from Melbourne. Surely must give it a try too one day.

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admin 02/10/2012 - 1:50 pm

yeah..but pretty good~

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Xiong 02/10/2012 - 4:42 pm

Sounds good n tasty, will definitely pay a visit soon…. Thx

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TheJessicat 02/10/2012 - 4:51 pm

Back when i was in melb, i loved the peking duck too!

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Chap KW 09/10/2012 - 9:27 pm

I’m going there with my biz partners tomolo … Lets see what I get !

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admin 10/10/2012 - 10:21 am

hopefully its good..

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YK Chow 11/02/2013 - 11:57 am

Hi there
Foodie here residing in HK but back for CNY
Was told abt this place so doing some background, thks for yr writeup
Been to many Peking Duck places myself, so if u are gaga over them and have a chance, try Dadong in Beijing, they are exquisite; You can select yr duck from a very modern Miele like display contraption, the skin and sauces are particularly exceptional
They are quite a few famous ones in Beijing incl the renowned Quanjude since 1864 (Qing Dynasty) but Dadong for me is prob the best one for now

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admin 14/02/2013 - 3:47 pm

thanks for recommending eh.. will check it out ..

Happy Chinese New YEar!~!

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MindYourGrammar 22/03/2013 - 9:56 pm

Three years in Melbourne and your English is so atrocious. I weep for you.

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admin 25/03/2013 - 10:19 am

:D…

my english writting never good. .

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Kamal 28/09/2013 - 6:16 pm

Excellent

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admin 29/09/2013 - 11:28 am

kamal..

have you tried it yet?

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zee 19/12/2013 - 10:25 am

Think we need to make any reservations?? there’s only 2 of us so thinking of taking set 1. But really just wanna make sure if reservation is needed. Thanks! =)

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admin 19/12/2013 - 10:43 am

Hi Zee,

its better to give them a call .. 🙂

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zee 19/12/2013 - 12:26 pm

alright! thanks! =)

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