[Philly] Sang Kee Peking Duck House
Sang Kee Peking Duck House | www.sangkeechinatown.com
Address: 238 N. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Date visited: Lots
Total bill: ~$45 + tip for three people
Verdict: Cheap and delicious
Will return: Definitely
What to get:
– Any roasted duck and/or roasted pork dish
– Sizzling Tofu
Sang Kee is one of my favorite places to eat in Philly Chinatown. It is known for its Peking style roasted duck and roasted pork (char siu). The portions are large, cheap, and consistent in quality.
Roasted Duck & Roasted Pork on Rice with Green Vegetables ($9.50)
|Sang Kee Roasted Duck & Roasted Pork on Rice with Green Vegetables|
Roasted Pork & Roasted Duck Noodle Soup ($7)
If you are more of a noodle person, you can still enjoy Sang Kee’s signature roasted pork and duck in the form of noodle soup. The soup is hearty and well-seasoned, and uses thin egg noodles. The portion is huge. Again, this is something you can’t make at home so I recommend getting either the rice or noodle version of this dish.
Sang Kee Roast Pork & Roast Duck Noodle Soup
Sizzling Tofu in Szechwan Chili Sauce with Minced Pork (can’t remember, around ~$10)
This dish is served on a hotplate. In addition to the roasted duck and pork, I would consider this another signature dish. This is so good you can just see the MSG oozing out of the picture. Highly recommended.