Old Beijing pays homage to imperial cuisine, treating everyone like an emperor with a selection of banquet menus to choose from.
Whether you are hankering for a quick and tasty lunch or a more leisurely dining experience, Old Beijing’s team of expert chefs have dishes for every occasion, demonstrating a culinary flair through an exploration of flavours from Guang Xhou, Shanghai, Szechuan, and Beijing.
Undoubtedly, the feature dish from Old Beijing is the Peking Duck. Respectively paying homage to the ritual of traditional preparation and cooking methods, Old Beijing Peking Duck are hung to ensure a crisp, flavoursome skin and served carved at the table alongside paper thin pancakes and a range of condiments.
Pair your banquette with a refreshing and tempting beverage from the cocktail list, curated by Cocktail Mixologists. Expertly created to compliment the rich and salty flavours of Beijing, sooth the palate with a Rabbits and Dragons mix of Ketel One Citroen and peach, shaken with lemon. Alternatively, awaken the tastebuds and feel the fire of the dragon with a Szechuan Sour concoction of Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz, Szechuan spiced red wine, and lemon.
“We wanted to create a Chinese restaurant that served up the classics of northern cuisine, in an impeccable manner with the aim of establishing Old Beijing as one of Melbourne’s great and most welcoming dining destinations,” Restauranteur and Co-Partner of Old Beijing Louis Kuo says.
11am-3pm, 5pm-10pm (Sun-Wed)
11am-3pm, 5pm-11pm (Thu-Sat)
For more information, go to the Old Beijing Official Website.