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Trying to find the name of a dish at Chinese Peking in Little Siagon and a short review

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Trying to find the name of a dish at Chinese Peking in Little Siagon and a short review

meltedcheese | Dec 4, 2006 06:09 AM

so i went there the other day again and it was so good and everyone was so friendly. it's on westminster west of magnolia on the left side as you head west.

the absolute best dish is the first item on the menu it says it's a noodle, but it's actually unlike anything i've ever had. take a flat bread, put layers of really good beef with a little onion and a really sweet sauce and roll it up- cook till crisp and then cut it into pieces- it's amazing and i've never had anything like it at a chinese resturant.

i also tried for the first time the straight bean dish. it's green beans diced really small and cooked with small pieces of salty meat. it comes piled high on a plate and it's really salty so don't eat too much.

the dish i couldn't get that i had before i need help finding. There was a noodle dish where the noodles were so wide and thin that i thought it was just a pile of gelatin. it was in an oily thin red sauce that sat on the plate. I really loved it, but I can't remember what it was. Any help?

One of the waitresses there works at several chinese resturants and says that Peking is her favorite for the food. we went in the afternoon and this small non-descript resturant was completely packed with loud families laughing and eating great food.

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