NYC Metro Area Vegan Restaurant Guide
Peking Duck Forest
107-12 70th Road
Forest Hills NY 11375
Not Vegetarian (decent vegan options)
$$$$$ (Average entree cost: $10-$15)
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$10 minimum credit card charge.
Mon-Thu, Sun 11:30am-11pm; Fri & Sat 11:30am-midnight.
Between Austin St and Queens Blvd.
E, F, V, G, R to Forest Hills-71st Avenue.
Peking Duck Forest delivers.
This Chinese restaurant's menu features a vegetarian section.
Review by VHF on January 7, 2010:
- I thought it might be good to second RichBeBe's review from 2008. I have also tried everything on the separate vegan part of their menu and am astonished at the high quality they are offering to what might be considered a fringe clientele.
The staff is lovely and accommodating, and the tables are spread out enough that I don't have his problem with food on other customers' tables!
Very convenient to the 71st/Continental subway hub (E, F, G, R, V). However map above is faulty: restaurant is south of Queens Boulevard, on the east side of 70th Road; tucked into a whole row of eateries, in fact.
Review by RichBeBe on August 13, 2008:
- I love Peking Duck for a number of reasons. One is they are local and they have a vegan menu as part of their regular menu. Two is that their food is not the standard Chinese fare that we are used to. Three they have vegan hot and sour soup which rocks on a cold winter night.
I highly recommend the sauteed dried bean curd and vegetables it is an amazing combination of spicy and sweet and very fresh tasting. I have had all of the dishes on their vegan menu and have never been disappointed.
The only downside is it is not a vegetarian or vegan restaurant and it is known for it's duck so I have been grossed out by other diners meals. So I will knock of some points in atmosphere for that aspect.