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February 28th 2012
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Contrary to what you would expect for Chinese New Year, most of the restaurants and cafes in Beijing were shut, so there wasn’t a huge amount of choice for cheap eats. Luckily there were still a few larger places open so we took the opportunity to try some Peking Duck with pancakes, which along with Beijing noodles is now firmly on the favourites list. This restaurant was called Goubuli 狗不理 (on the sign it’s written the old fashioned way from right to left 理不狗 ) It’s a chain; this particular one was just south of Tiananmen square, 31dashilan street, and the staff were brilliant.

There were four of us sharing two ducks and two plates of noodles and it worked out at about 75rmb / £7.50 a head with drinks.

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The plum-based soy sauce is thick and super rich (and also completely addictive).

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