We’re suckers for pancakes in general, but when you combine these spherical delights with Peking duck, we’re goners. Raise the question of where to find the best Peking duck pancakes in Brisbane and you’re sure to start some arguments—people take their duck very seriously.
While some will tell you if you want them authentic you may have to venture off the beaten track, we think there are some inner-city Chinese restaurants worth checking out.
Here’s our guide to the best Chinese restaurants, serving up the best Peking duck pancakes in Brisbane.
Sichuan Bang Bang
If you have not been to Sichuan Bang Bang yet you’ve been living a sad, sad half-life. While everything on the menu here is awesome, their Peking Duck Mondays are something else. A tenner will score you Peking duck pancakes a-plenty on Monday nights at this hip-as Brisbane restaurant, but the joy you’ll experience has no dollar value.
Yum Yum Peking Duck
Yum Yum love duck so much they’ve got them in moniker, for God’s sake—you know they’ve nailed the perfect crispy skin thing. A Darra icon, grab your gang and make the pilgrimage. You’ll be glad you did.
Another Sunnybank stalwart for its Peking duck pancakes, Suncrop is renowned for its tender and juicy Peking duck. Venture into the Sunnybank Plaza to find Suncrop.
The Pine and Bamboo
Any Cannon Hill local worth their salt knows about The Pine and Bamboo. Dishing up great Peking duck pancakes, this Brisbane Chinese restaurant is great for groups.
What’s better than a Peking duck pancake? A pancake under one of the biggest chandeliers you’ve ever seen in your life, that’s what. The Imperial’s a grand riverside Chinese restaurant in Brisbane, and ideal if you want your pancakes with a side of bling.
A gorgeously fit-out Chinese restaurant in the Gasworks Plaza, Peng You is a cracking inner-city option if you’re on the hunt for authentic Peking duck pancakes but don’t fancy the fuel bill.
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