A joke goes: it's the year 5,777 in the Jewish calendar, the year 4,713 (debated) in the Chinese calendar, so how did Jews live without Chinese food for a millennium? Peking Duck House more than satiated this American-Hebrew palate when I and a student stumbled on it during a long walk around Tel Aviv. Good Peking Duck was available as a walk-in dish, which always is a plus. Other choices, including dim sum, were fine. Decor is nothing fancy but is open and bright. The street has a French influence in case you care to forage for tartes.
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