How to Eat a Duck in 3-steps! Shinsei-style Peking Duck Thursday  April 16, 2015

Shinsei Restaurant | Peking Duck Thursday

Shinsei Restaurant | Peking Duck Thursday

Chef Fan Jiabiao – Grand Hyatt Beijing who has been roasting duck for more than two decades offers some simple suggestions to enhance your flavor journeys with us at Shinsei. According to Chef Fan, diners should eat Peking duck in the following order:

  1. Taste the skin with sugar.
  2. Breast meat with shallot, cucumber and sweet soybean paste.
  3. Leg with cucumber, garlic paste and sweet soybean paste, wrapped in a pancake

“In this way, you will feel the flavor increases, step-by-step,” says Chef Fan.

Every Thursday, Shinsei brings Beijing to Dallas. Crispy skin, tender and succulent Peking Duck is prepared in limited amounts by the Shinsei kitchen. Served at your table with Chinese pancakes, savory sauce, scallions and veggies.

You don't have to travel to China to experience this imperial dish, join us every Thursday for Peking Duck Shinsei-style. So popular we’re often sold out by 7pm.

We recommend you call to reserve for dine-in or take-out.

Book your table online with OpenTable or call 214.352.0005.

We hope to see you Thursday!

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