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This was the old school of Beijing for the famous Duck. Eating here is an experience in itself. The duck was delicious, serving was a bit on the lower side. Toilets are clean but not the modern seated toilet. Entrance was a bit shady. We...More
The service was very good...friendly, prompt, efficient. The restaurant seemed nice and clean though we were in a private room so it was a limited view. The dishes we had were all pretty good. The duck was very good, though not as fancy in flavor...More
Bianyifeng has Beijing duck with thick layer of fat under the skin that compromises the crispiness. An authentic one should be slowly roasted so the oil drips away leaving a nice thin crisp skin for wrapping with pancakes. The soup of duck bones, which should...More
restaurant was picked by our hosts. Really enjoyed learning the proper way to eat duck. wait staff wasn't the most attentive, but thankfully we had friends at the table to do the heavy lifting this night.
The food was prepared wonderfully, the beer was cold,...More
Besides Quanjude(全聚德), Bianyifang (便宜坊) is another traditionally well known Peking Duck restaurant. It’s located at the end of Xianyukou(鲜魚口)off the Qianmen(前门) street mall.
Their duck is a lot cheaper ¥188 for a duck.
They distinguish their duck as 闷炉烤鸭. As I understood is they baked...More
Great meal! Beijing duck is a must when visiting. Patient staff helping us through the menu, how ro order, etc.
We ended up going to this restaurant because we the night before couldn’t find our hotel. The staff left the restaurant with us and walked...More
We didn’t wait long as it was a weekday lunch. The service was excellent. The waiter demonstrated how to wrap Peking Duck using different condiments even flower petals. The duck soup was served at no extra charge. The Peking Duck, however, was quite fatty and...More
2 things must-do in beijing - visit great wall of china & eat roast duck. there are many restaurants with great roast duck, and bianyifang is one the most well known with 600yrs of history. price is average compared to those hi-end like da dong...More