We had Peking Duck at Li Qun Roast Duck restaurant as seen on No Reservation Travel show. We did our research and it seems to be a highly recommended Peking Duck in Beijing. We reserved a table for lunch at noon and arrived at 11:30am. It was not busy so we did not have to wait but for dinner we would recommend a reservation. It makes sense that it would not be too busy during the day because most travelers are seeing the sites in Beijing. We heard lines are long and there is a time limit for tables of 1.5-2 hours. We had to wait 45 minutes because they just opened and several tables were ahead of us so we played cards. We order a cheap bottle of Baijiu and it was a mistake it was rough stuff. The duck was excellent and curved at your table. The only negative was our vegetable dish of baby boy-choy had a large hair sticking out almost like it was place on purpose. The manager lady showed all the waiters and took care of the issue in a professional manner. The location is easy to get by taxi and it is a lot smaller than on TV. The toilets are located outside and are like public toilets so be aware.
Travel Tip: After the duck is curved and served to you get the rest of the duck fried for about 25RMB. The duck bones still have a lot of meat on them so do not waste this food and actually I thought it was better than the actual duck. See the attached photo with the duck bones fried.
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