Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Ah..  Peking duck. I feel deeply in love with them from the moment I visited Beijing back in 2004!

Can Singapore’s Imperial Treasure live up to the ones that I’ve tried in Beijing? Read on to find out! For one, the chef brings the entire duck out and slices them up, right in front of your table. Talk about skills! These guys made slicing the skins off the duck seem like an easy task.

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Caramaelized peanuts. Very Addictive, I must add.

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Skin of the Peking Duck. Supposedly the best parts of the duck. I ate one before taking the photograph – so, it should be 4 pieces!

I can’t be certain which part of the duck this came from.

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

We requested for the balance of the duck meat to be cooked with bean sprouts and it was pretty good, with the wok-hei flavour.

Imperial Treasure Peking Duck

Ending off the meal is a gui lin gao as recommended by one of the wait staff. This really tasted herbal, I loved it, but for those of you who don’t really like theirs too herbal, give this a miss!

Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck Restaurant

290 Orchard Road
#05-42/45 The Paragon Singapore

Tel: +65 6732 7838

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6 Comments

  1. EWBRAD

    I don’t understand why do you need to apologize, this is your blog and you are free to write whatever you feel right.

  2. v

    hmm you opened your post with “Can Singapore’s Imperial Treasure live up to the ones that I’ve tried in Beijing? Read on to find out!”

    but… you don’t make a conclusion in your post! great pics, but perhaps a little more review on the peking duck as compared to what you’ve had in beijing like you promised would leave us readers a little more satisfied.

  3. That first picture is preeeetty….
    Have you reviewed either of the Imperials at Triple One? Was just there yesterday and was curious…

  4. ha

    @EWBRAD
    Obv he knows that and he chose to apologize

  5. This looks amazing, I was looking for a good Peking duck restaurant in Singapore. I will start from here 🙂

  6. @Foodieah: You can never find one as good as those in beijing, unfortunately!

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