Price: cheap but not too cheap
The menu is quite extensive and heavily features duck innards (they do go through a lot of ducks so good that they are reducing wastage) and a lot of people order the Peking duck and some other dish that we probably should try if there is a next time...
We're used to the Hong Kong style of Peking duck where there's a higher skin to meat ratio and once the pancakes are consumed what's left of the the duck is taken and mixed with the rice/ noodle etc. This restaurant apparently serves the duck another way with more pancakes, more meat to eat with the pancakes and no noodles or rice dish at the end but with duck soup. We think we prefer the Hong Kong way.
The Beijing style duck rolls were ok but the egg taste was quite strong so you couldn't taste the duck, on this sitting the duck meat wasn't very flavoursome and your usual bbq shop roast duck would be a better purchase. The duck soup failed.
Overall it's not terrible but also not that great.