Experience TangHui’s Signature Peking Duck + Wine

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Treat Your Tastebuds to the Juicy, Crispy-Skinned and Perfectly-Roasted Duck Experience with a Whole TangHui Signature Peking Duck Plus a Bottle of Wine for Just $49!

This isn’t just a lunch or a dinner… a trip to TangHui in Sydney’s George Street is an authentic Chinese dining experience! Feast on an entire Peking Duck, prepared and roasted using traditional methods and served with especially-selected condiments and pancakes, and enjoy a bottle of wine for just $49 - that’s up to 62% off! Plus, upgrade to two whole ducks and two bottles of wine for only $95 to dine as a bigger group. Fantastic flavours, service, location and saving - don’t miss out!

Treat Your Tastebuds to the Juicy, Crispy-Skinned and Perfectly-Roasted Duck Experience with a Whole TangHui Signature Peking Duck Plus a Bottle of Wine for Just $49!

This isn’t just a lunch or a dinner… a trip to TangHui in Sydney’s George Street is an authentic Chinese dining experience! Feast on an entire Peking Duck, prepared and roasted using traditional methods and served with especially-selected condiments and pancakes, and enjoy a bottle of wine for just $49 - that’s up to 62% off! Plus, upgrade to two whole ducks and two bottles of wine for only $95 to dine as a bigger group. Fantastic flavours, service, location and saving - don’t miss out!

Get Up To
  • Up to $129value
  • Up to 62%discount
  • Up to $80savings
From $49
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Highlights

  • You’ve never experienced authentic Chinese cuisine until you’ve experienced TangHui’s signature Peking Duck… even if you’ve been to China!
  • TangHui is the only restaurant in all of Australia that uses white feathered Peking Ducks to prepare this traditional dish
  • All ducks are prepared according to ancient traditions by Master Chef Shuchuen Lee and his team (see below to read all about the extensive process)
  • They’re then roasted to perfection to give you a crispy, beautifully lacquered and tender mouthful with every bite
  • And served with a special selection of condiments and traditional pancakes to give you the ultimate authentic Chinese dining experience!
  • You can enjoy a whole Peking Duck with a bottle of wine, all for just $49 - that’s up to $129 in value!
  • Or, upgrade to go for two whole Peking Ducks with two bottles of wine for just $95 - up to $258 in value!
  • To eat with your perfectly-roasted Peking Duck, you’ll be served a selection of pancakes and condiments, including:
    • White Sugar: Eating Peking Duck isn’t just a meal, it’s an experience - and dipping the skin in a mixture of white sugar is one of the most fun parts. The sugar reduces the greasiness of the skin and will create a melt-in-your-mouth effect when eaten together.
    • Sweet Soy Bean Paste: Peking Duck isn’t marinated itself, so it’s often served with a soy bean paste, a sweet sauce-like condiment with a long-lasting aftertaste
    • Chinese Mustard Sauce: A mixture of finely-ground mustard seeds, sugar and white vinegar to create a mild, sweet and sour flavour to “dance on top” of the thick flavours from the duck and the sweet soy bean paste. The chef’s personal suggestion is a ratio of seven parts sweet soy bean paste, and three parts Chinese mustard sauce, to create an “explosion” of flavours and textures
    • Shallots: As the duck meat and sweet soy bean paste both carry very strong flavours, the shallots help to balance this out with a milder flavour
    • Red Onion: Used for the same reason as shallots, but with a juicier and sweeter tone
    • Cucumber: This fresh ingredient adds more texture and flavour to your Peking Duck roll, and also reduces the greasiness
    • Pickled Cucumber: After many taste tests, the chef discovered that the ultimate local ingredient to match with Peking Duck was picked cucumber. Inspired by burgers, it’s a surprisingly good match!
  • This is much, much more than just a lunch or dinner… it’s a decadent dining experience!
  • Open seven days a week for lunch or dinner
  • Fabulous location in the Sydney CBD
  • Buy as many Scoopons as you like to go back again and again - and we’re sure you’re going to want to!
  • For any questions you have about this deal, simply live chat one of our friendly consultants, email customerservice@scoopon.com.au or call 1300 726 676

Deal Code: 70891

The Fine Print

  • Valid from 2 November 2016 to 2 February 2017
  • Not valid: public holidays
  • Valid only for set structure as mentioned in Highlights
  • Multiple Scoopons may be purchased for personal use or as gifts. Maximum of 1 Scoopon redeemable per booking
  • Bookings taken immediately after purchase. Scoopons for this offer are limited. Not valid with any other offer
  • Bookings are subject to availability. Book early to secure your desired date
  • 24 hours’ notice is required to change a booking you have made. All changes and cancellations are subject to our standard Refund Policy
  • For any questions you have about this deal, simply live chat one of our friendly consultants, email customerservice@scoopon.com.au or call 1300 726 676
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Company Details

Tang Hui

Shop 10/41, World Square Shopping Centre
680 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

www.axfentertainment.com.au/tanghui/peking-duck

Mon - Sun: 12pm - 3pm; 5:30pm - 10pm


TangHui Signature Peking Duck

Move over Daffy and Donald… there’s a new favourite duck in town!

Peking Duck is one of the most recognisable icons of Chinese cuisine, and is a much-loved dish around the world. And though many of us know how delicious it can be, few of us know much about it.

The origins of Peking Duck date back to the Ming dynasty, a time when chefs from all over China travelled to Beijing to cook for the emperor. Peking Duck is known as an improved bree of duck, and therefore a more qualitative meal.

Now in modern-day Australia, there’s only one supplier of fresh Peking Duck - Pepe’s - who supplies TangHui in Sydney with their ducks early in the morning, giving the chefs plenty of time to get to work on the lengthy preparation process.

The ducks are first cleaned with warm water and blown with air, which makes the skin structure split into two layers - kind of like honeycomb. Then, the duck is quickly dipped in boiling water for a few seconds to seal the air into the skin, before being hung up in a room with an industrial fan, dehumidifier and air conditioner to keep at a temperature below 16 degrees. Finally, the raw duck is then hung in the freezer for a minimum of 50 days, to maintain its skin structure in a perfect state.

Prior to cooking day, the duck will be defrosted for 12 hours at a temperature below 16 degrees. It’s then placed in a specialised Peking Duck oven for 45 minutes to cook at 250 degrees celsius, to get the skin beautiful and crispy, and the inside lovely and tender.

Once ready, the Peking Duck will be served with an array of delicious condiments and  traditional pancakes, including:

  • White Sugar: Eating Peking Duck isn’t just a meal, it’s an experience - and dipping the skin in a mixture of white sugar is one of the most fun parts. The sugar reduces the greasiness of the skin and will create a melt-in-your-mouth effect when eaten together.
  • Sweet Soy Bean Paste: Peking Duck isn’t marinated itself, so it’s often served with a soy bean paste, a sweet sauce-like condiment with a long-lasting aftertaste
  • Chinese Mustard Sauce: A mixture of finely-ground mustard seeds, sugar and white vinegar to create a mild, sweet and sour flavour to “dance on top” of the thick flavours from the duck and the sweet soy bean paste. The chef’s personal suggestion is a ratio of seven parts sweet soy bean paste, and three parts Chinese mustard sauce, to create an “explosion” of flavours and textures
  • Shallots: As the duck meat and sweet soy bean paste both carry very strong flavours, the shallots help to balance this out with a milder flavour
  • Red Onion: Used for the same reason as shallots, but with a juicier and sweeter tone
  • Cucumber: This fresh ingredient adds more texture and flavour to your Peking Duck roll, and also reduces the greasiness
  • Pickled Cucumber: After many taste tests, the chef discovered that the ultimate local ingredient to match with Peking Duck was picked cucumber. Inspired by burgers, it’s a surprisingly good match!

If your mouth is now watering, head to TangHui in Sydney now to experience this authentic Peking Duck all for yourself. Roll it, bite it and close your eyes to absorb as much of the delicious flavours as possible!

Get Up To
  • Up to $129value
  • Up to 62%discount
  • Up to $80savings
  • Whole Peking Duck with a Bottle of Wine

    (Up to 62% Discount Save Up to $80)

  • Two Whole Peking Ducks with Two Bottles of Wine

    (Up to 63% Discount Save Up to $163)

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