Quanjude

(03) 9670 0091, 299 Queen St, Melbourne. VI 3000
Chinese $$ http://www.quanjude.com.au
Open 7 days 5pm-11pm Sun-Fri noon-3pm, ; Licensed; Cards AE MC V, Seats inside 120

Chef: Edward Xie & Kit Sang Leung (23-06-14) Owner: Caihua Xu & Zhenglong Zhao (23-06-14)

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The Age August 27, 2013 Score: 12.5/20 "
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The Age Good Food Guide 2013 Score: 12.5/20


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Age Good Food Guide 2013 Score: 12.5/20

Age Good Food Guide 2012 Score: 13/20

Age Good Food Guide 2011 Score: 13/20

Herald Sun Bob Hart, 8-11-08 "Melbourne's Quanjude is Australia's first. Pronounced Chueng-juder, it means something like 'all the virtues gathered together' rather than - more ducks than you could squeeze into Tassie-, which may have been more appropriate, if less poetic. There are a couple in the US, two more in Japan, one each in Germany and Hong Kong and another in Jordan, where less emphasis is placed, I suspect, on the twice-cooked pork belly. In China, there are 70 of them, which is terrible news for ducks. Because all of them offer roasted peking duck, a dish from the royal kitchens of the Ming Dynasty."



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