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Peking Duck AND San Choy Bau Combo for 2 PLUS 2 glasses of wine for only $36 in Chinatown! [SYD]

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This is one of the most famous duck dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the imperial era. Thinly sliced duck with crispy skin and little meat wrapped in pancakes, spring onions and hoisin sauce. A must try dish from the East!

This is what you get:
* Delicious TWO Course Half Roasted Peking Duck for TWO people (Serves 6 pancakes, Normally $46.80) that includes:
- 1st Course: Crispy Duck Skin Served in Pancake with Spring Onion & Cucumber
- 2nd Course: Duck meat San Choy Bau for Two
* Two glasses of wine ($9 x 2 = $18)
* Chinese Tea for Two ($4 x 2 = $8)

The award winning East Ocean Restaurant is one of the most famous Chinese restaurant in Sydney, Australia. Located at the heart of Chinatown, Haymarket, East Ocean Restaurant has been known as the most authentic Chinese restaurant in Sydney. They are committed to offer their patrons high quality and authentic Chinese cuisines.

East Ocean Restaurant
421-429 Sussex St, Haymarket, NSW 2000

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  • +11 votes

    $8 for Chinese tea for two is a conclusive sign that the prices are ridiculously overinflated.
    Even in the more expensive Chinese restaurants I've eaten at (average $100+ per head for meals), tea is pretty much never more than $2 or so, if they even bother charging for it at all (usually complimentary).

    • +1 vote

      East Ocean is the most expensive in Chinatown. Only westerners and Chinese movie stars eat there.
      The visiting Chinese movie stars are of course sponsored.

      • +1 vote

        lol i ate there once, does that make me a movie star? I'm also australian born asian, so i may fall in to the westerner category as well.

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    $3.5 is the norm for tea in Sydney CBD.

  • +3 votes

    holy crap that is expensive tea lol

  • +3 votes

    Wow, nearly every Chinese restaurant I know gives you the tea for free!

  • +2 votes

    LOL @ RRP $72.00
    Can get a whole peking duck at Old Kingdom

    • +2 votes

      Is that the duck joint in collingwood/fitzroy with the crazy chef who seems to be half tanked?

  • +1 vote

    $4 for tea… hmmm lol

  • +1 vote

    East Ocean is pretty exxy actually. Not all that great either.

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    Hi all, just to clarify, we never inflate any of the deal prices and you can clearly check them against the menu supplied by the restaurant that can be found on each of our deal's page. Food Morning aims to provide as much information for customers to evaluate if a particular deal is considered as value for money to each individual. All prices are standard prices from the restaurant and the discount is always calculated based on the restaurant's price.

    • +4 votes

      I think people mean the restaurant inflating prices, not you exactly. $4 for tea per person is definitely not a deal. A table of 5 = $20 for tea! LOL you cereal?

      Also note that coupons only redeemable Sunday to Thursday, and Coupon cannot be used in conjunction with other special offers.

  • +1 vote

    this is cheap……. in imperial times currency

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    Should be able to find much better restaurants with a reasonable price though. Alot of restaurants near me serve fantastic food and it never costs more than about $15 a head. I mean last Thursday I went to Thai and only spent $12, and was completely full and at the end they gave complimentary oranges and after dinner mint/chocolate.

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    hmmmmm Peking Duck :)

  • +2 votes

    Look at the menu. You are not actually getting Half Roasted Peking Duck. You will be getting just Crispy Duck SKIN Served in Pancake. As for the main course you will be getting San Choy Bau, which is vegetables with pork (or chicken) mince. Nothing is said about the wine you get. So they can serve you some wine from the cask. Chinese tea is served free with meal by many Asian restaurants.For $4 I wonder what tea you get…
    Stated prices are extremely high for what you get. No deal from me.

  • -3 votes

    It looks like the 2nd course has duck pieces in it

    and looking through the menu it seems if the prices are OK

    so if you don't like the deal, leave a comment

    but negging it is unfair

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    Just to clarify, the 2nd course, San Choy Bau, is with duck meat and not the normal pork meat. This is usual for a 2 course Peking Duck + San Choy Bau combo. Apologies for those who misunderstood. Will update the details.

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    OMG! What a rip on East Ocean's part!

    Sorry, but i was looking at the Chinese weekend newspaper with the restaurant ads and i can get a whole Peking Duck (2 courses) for $29.80 (Wed & thurs nights only) at a large well-known restaurant out west, and there are plenty of specials like this in most Chinese restaurants nowadays.

    For 1/2 peking duck course of $39, seems like that should be the regular price anyway. And $4 tea/pp…. sheesh….

  • +2 votes

    Scoring a pretty unimpressive 5.3 on Eatability, and the theme of the reviews seems to be inattentive/overworked staff.
    Not an incredible deal.

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    The restaurant is more of the top of the line kinda restaurants for me. I've eaten here many times before and its never disappointed me. The peking duck + san choy bau combo is great (albeit overpriced), the san choy bau i usually get is fat and satisfying.

    Gotta love the ginger + shallots mud crab tho XD

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    Typically Peking Duck includes the San Choy Bao as part of it (with duck meat; only has pork if it is a standalone dish). Title is therefore a bit misleading. However, price seems below average if you actually get half a Duck.

  • +1 vote

    overrated restraunt.

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    U sure the dish in the picture is Peking Duck? Looks like a very rare steak…

    lol @ the negs

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    "The award winning East Ocean Restaurant is one of the most famous Chinese restaurant in Sydney, Australia."

    If they weren't famous before they sure will be now. The inaugural OzBargain award for most overpriced Chinese tea.

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