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My folks are coming to town and footing the bill. I don’t want it to be extravagant but I also don’t want to leave hungry. Thoughts?

 

Jordan writes:

My folks are coming to town and footing the bill. I don’t want it to be extravagant but I also don’t want to leave hungry. Thoughts?

 Let me ask you Jordan. Do you like duck?

If so you’re in luck. The team behind Red Farm has opened up a second restaurant right beneath the first dedicated to serving the best Peking Duck in the city (according to myself and also GQ).

Reservation are a little hard to come by, so you better get on that quick (or ask one of our concierges to help you out).

The meal is a 65$ prix fixe peking duck extravaganza. (If you come in as a walk in, you can also just order a la carte – but trust us, make the reservation and get the duck.)

Depending on the size of the party this will include a number of small plates, such as wagyu short beef skewers, shrimp and snow pea dumplings, shrimp stuffed shishito peppers and many others.

Following the small plates you will be served with restaurants raison d’etre – the Peking duck.

Again depending on party size you will have one or two ducks. Don’t expect the entire duck to be brought out to the table. This is not Christmas and honestly the communal table likely couldn’t handle that much real estate. Instead you get the skin and the meat directly beneath the skin sliced onto a large plate. This is served with a variety of sauces, veggies and thin flour pancakes. You wrap the meat in the pancakes with the sauces and veggies and then enter Nirvana.

Following the duck you are served with a couple of main dishes. Which seems like an odd set-up considering the duck was already quite filling – but all the dishes are amazing. And since you’re there with the folks, this just means more leftovers for you to take home to your roommates.

Enjoy.

 

 

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