Most appointed and proper. I've indulged for dinner at PGI several times over the years during trips to this silly town full of young pretty people who think working for a politician is impressive. However, this most recent visit was at 11:30am on a Saturday. By noon, the place was as busy as it is at 8p on a Friday night. Packed. And seeing most tables occupied by Asians confirms my belief this place is legit. Plus, the service is always great.
Start with some soup, an egg roll or two, and order up some entrees. The peking duck is very good. I wonder, as every single table seems to get a duck, just how well prepared it can be under such mass production, but it never fails to disappoint. $42 is a bit absurd for a duck, they're charging for the experience.
There are other highlights on the menu. The Szechuan Beef Proper is real, and it's spectacular. Sweet and sour chicken is above average for a typical Chinese restaurant staple. Take your time and enjoy the meal. It is both proper and oh so appointed. And make reservations for crying out loud. PGI knows how to take one, and keep one.
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