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1949 Jin Bao Jie

Elegant, intimate space serving classic Chinese fare

From the same people behind Duck de Chine, Jin Bao Jie occupies a space in the grand siheyuan courtyard of the 1949-Hidden City² complex. Subtle Imperial-stylistic influences intermingled with a neat modernity set the scene, but the open, grandiose courtyard around which it centres, with glass-walled kitchen and the wood-fired duck ovens in plain view, set it apart. Serving the specialties made popular at Duck de Chine, the Peking Duck is naturally a standout dish.


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