The Duck King

The Duck King

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It’s about time that Bali was blessed with The Duck King of its own. Centrally located on Jalan Nakula, right off of Sunset road, one of Indonesia’s most popular Chinese restaurants has already been received with grand applause. 

Situated within the trendy TS Suites Leisure Seminyak Bali, The Duck King offers al fresco seating on a spacious patio, as well as private and semi-private dining in contemporary air-conditioned bliss. A multi-faceted Mecca for your next power lunch, date night or private dining event, The Duck King’s focus is on top quality ingredients prepared in a mind-boggling number of ways, so you can get your seafood, chicken, beef or veggie fix during lunch or dinner, but don’t expect to find pork on the menu. If you’re in the mood for fresh grouper, a beloved Chinese specialty, The Duck King’s executive chef boasts 18 unique preparations. 

Showcasing a majority of  The Duck King specialties, available throughout Indonesia, The Duck King treats Bali to a special signature sirloin beef dish, thoughtfully conceptualised to ‘wow’ the island’s discerning diners. Thinly sliced and grilled to perfection, each tender morsel melts in your mouth. For a truly unique Chinese dining experience, The Duck King showcases their famous Peking Duck in an unforgettable theatrical culinary performance. Dressed in his formal chef uniform, a member of the culinary team expertly removes the crispy duck skin at your table and prepares your selection of choice behind the scenes.

Choose from six different preparations, the most popular being round lettuce cups filled to the brim with minced duck that is stir-fried with veggies and herbs. Generous slices of crispy skin are carefully paired with a stalk of cucumber and spring onion, served wrapped in a delicate tortilla pancake and complemented by a heavenly plum sauce. A second live culinary performance is the Flaming Drunken Prawns, prepared at your table on a mobile gas trolley. As two kinds of Chinese wine are added, as well as garlic, ginger, red onion, shredded chilli and soy sauce, diners ‘ooh and aah’ at the dramatic flames. Relish in The Duck King magic as the prawns soak up the Chinese wine, and we recommend eating each one as the manager recommends – by hand!

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