Where to Eat

Peking am Dom

Specialising in Cantonese food, Peking am Dom, once you’ve managed to find the door, is reminiscent of something you’d find in China itself, being neither ostentatious nor grotty. Proof of its class is witnessed by the scores of Chinese locals who use the place regularly, eating from a separate menu of authentic food that is only available to those who can read Chinese. Entrance in around the corner from the actual address, through a plain door and up a couple of flights of stairs.


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Open 11:00-23:00.


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