DaDong is a super popular restaurant in Beijing known for its Peking duck, and their first US location is in Midtown. The indoor space looks like a place you’d find off the lobby of a Vegas casino, and there’s an outdoor terrace where you can order appetizers and entrees as well as the Peking duck. All of the portions are small given the prices, and the Peking duck is dry - even the skin is pretty bland.
DaDong is permanently closed.
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