I re-visited Peking House in November, 2012, and found that its level, despite some reports to the contrary, has remained very high. Avoid the buffet (which is served at lunch) and ask for the menu. They used to have two menus, an "American Chinese" menu, and an "authentic Chinese" menu. Everything is now combined on one. But that one is filled with genuine, authentic Sichuan dishes. The kitchen is clearly Sichuan, though they do offer good dishes from other provinces as well. The spicy dishes are really spicy - liberal use of chile peppers and Sichuan peppercorns assure that - the meat is of good quality, as is the seafood, and the vegetables are fresh. This is a surprise because it looks like a typical Americanized Chinese restaurant, located right next to a Denny's by an exit of an interstate, and instead it turns out to be a truly authentic, high quality Sichuan restaurant.
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