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ZENSHUTOKU (Shinjuku)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 04.2011 Chinese, Thai, Indian & Other Asian 0 comments 0 trackback
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There are many famous Chinese restaurants from mainland China which opened branches in Tokyo over the last 10 years. When you go to Beijing a must meal is Peking Duck and the most famous restaurant in Beijing also has 2 locations in Tokyo as well. That restaurant is ZENSHUTOKU in Shinjuku and Ginza.


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Zenshutoku in Beijing has been used by the Chinese government to entertain VIP's visiting China including former American presidents like Nixon, Bush and many other politicians.


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PEKING DUCK is a roasted duck and the chef will bring out the duck and carve it right in front of your table.


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Half of the duck will have meat and skin together


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and the other half will only have the skin carved off.


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After the meat and skin is carved off, it will be brought back to the kitchen and they will make duck soup out of whatever was remaining.


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With the carved duck on your table, waiter or waitress will wrap the duck for you in a thin pancake with spring onions and sweet sauce called Hosin sauce or Tenmenjan in Japanese.


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And you just eat it using your fingers. Unless you don't like duck or a vegetarian, I have never met a person who didn't enjoy this.


北京ダック 胡麻付きパイ
You can also have the duck in a pie with vegetables.


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Here are some of the other dishes which maybe included in the course. ASSORTED APPETIZERS,


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EBI CHILI (Prawns in Chili Sauce),


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and for desert usually ANNINDOFU (Almond jelly tofu with syrup) is included.


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To be honest besides Peking Duck, the other dishes aren't special especially the expensive ones, but its the best Peking Duck you can have in all of Tokyo. The Peking Duck tastes exactly like the one in Beijing so you are getting the real deal, not a Japanese arranged version. If its your first time here I recommend for you to order a full Peking Duck course menu or if you are familiar with Chinese food, skip the course and order Peking Duck with other dishes you will enjoy from the menu. Zenshutoku is actually the Japanese way of reading Kanji or Chinese characters and the correct way to pronounce their real name in Chinese is QUANJUDE. So, if you plan to eat at their original location at Beijing in the near future, make sure you book Quanjude, not Zenshutoku since there will be no restaurant called Zenshutou.





ZENSHUTOKU (in Japanese, 全聚徳)
Address: 3-32-10 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Shinjuku T&T Bldg 8th floor)
(in Japanese, 東京都新宿区新宿3-32-10 新宿T&Tビル 8F)
Nearest train station: JR Shinjuku (10 min walk) or
Tokyo Metro Shinjuku 3-chome (1 min walk)
Tel: 03-3358-8885
Reservations: Yes
Website: http://www.zenshutoku.com (in Japanese only)
English menu: Yes
Credit Card: Yes
Open: Monday-Friday 11:30am-2:30pm 5pm-10pm
Saturday, Sunday & Holiday 11:30am-10pm
Closed: December 31 & January 1

Prices: Lunch Course 1,575-6,300 yen
Dinner Course 6,800-28,000 yen




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