On the list of things to do before you die: dim sum, Peking duck. At Wei Hong you can do both in splendid style. Housed smack-dab in the middle of U. City's Chinatown in the former Fine Arts movie house, Wei Hong features an opulent dining room that looks like an Oriental nightclub set in a ´40s musical. Dim sum is served in traditional fashion, on little saucers and in bamboo steam baskets wheeled around the room on rolling trays. The duck -- whether served Peking-style or simply roasted -- is like something out of a gastronomic fever dream. It's a simply rapturous experience.

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On the list of things to do before you die: dim sum, Peking duck. At Wei Hong you can do both in splendid style. Housed smack-dab in the middle of U. City's Chinatown in the former Fine Arts movie house, Wei Hong features an opulent dining room that looks like an Oriental nightclub set in a ´40s musical. Dim sum is served in traditional fashion, on little saucers and in bamboo steam baskets wheeled around the room on rolling trays. The duck -- whether served Peking-style or simply roasted -- is like something out of a gastronomic fever dream. It's a simply rapturous experience.

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Price: $,$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Street


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended


Attire: Casual attire

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