This restaurant is a tie-up between the local restaurant group Tung Lok and well-known Beijing duck restaurant Xihe. Other than the specialty peking duck ($88)—which is served with unusual condiments like blueberry sauce and lemon pop-rocks—there’s also hot and sour soup with chrysanthemum tofu ($7) and winged bean salad ($8) as well as smoked sliced fish with sweet sauce ($12). Chow down on these traditional dishes at a casual eatery with a bold red and white color scheme, filled with plenty of natural light.
Eat this at TungLok XiHe : Specialty peking duck. It’s one of I-S Magazine’s 50 things to eat before you die (2013).