Jingzun’s raison d’etre is its
Peking duck (68RMB). Sliced tableside,
it’s presented neatly on one plate,
dismissing the tradition of offering the
The duck is good but not spectacular:
it’s as crispy, flavourful and succulent as
Peking duck should be, if a bit greasy.
However, it’s great value for money
if you compare it to other upmarket
places like Da Dong.
What you should order is the duck
bone soup (for 10RMB more).
the best meat is carved out, there’s a
lot of meat and skin left from the back
and thighs to create a chunky offering.
The service is good if a supervisor
is nearby, though plates will pile up
if other staff are waiting on you.