In a very Century City turn of events, one of the best places to eat in this particularly soulless part of Los Angeles is a restaurant in the mall. Meizhou Dongpo is a Chinese place that’s a big deal in Beijing, and also has a couple of other locations in California. The Peking Duck, sliced up by a chef tableside, is the best you’ll find without having to drive out to Arcadia, and the dan dan noodles are pretty excellent too.
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