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You wouldn't think there's anything special about Peking One; it's a three-table takeout spot with pink Formica walls. The menu, or rather, a series of photographs of typical dishes, sits above the counter. Boring-looking takeout décor usually hints at dull and standard Chinese fare, but at Peking One the flavors attack your taste buds without reaping havoc on your wallet. For instance, the chef does ole General Tso proud by serving moist chicken in a broth of sweet-yet-spicy sauce garnished with crisp broccoli ($8.95). Orange chicken ($8.95) is similar, but the subtle citrus flavors are well balanced rather than overwhelming. Pepper steak ($8.95) is tender and evenly spiced. Plus, lunch can cost under $5 for a combo, and that includes a main dish, fried rice, and a soda.
You wouldn't think there's much special about Peking One if you just pass by. It's a three-table takeout space with pink Formica walls, white tile, and a counter. Above the counter, the menu is a series of photographs of typical dishes, each on a flowered white plate surrounded by baby's breath and roses. You can see the boxes of Asian ingredients in the kitchen behind the register and hear the grill sizzle as a cook yells something in Chinese. Yet this dull exterior well conceals the tasty... More »
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