The Peking Pavilion is a terrific Chinese restaurant, but isn’t practical for take-out in OG. Click on “Blogfinger” beneath this sentence. Re-posted from 2013.
Paul’s chocolate lava cake dessert at the Peking Pavilion
By Eileen and Paul Goldfinger
We like to go to the Peking Pavilion in Manalapan every few months. This is not your mother’s Chinese restaurant. It is a fine American restaurant owned by the Kuos family, serving spectacular Chinese cuisine. In 2007 it was rebuilt after a fire and is a striking building with a big red front door. It is spacious and modern–like a Soho restaurant. There is a lively bar scene where you can eat and watch Chinese sports like American football. Most of the help are Chinese, and the service is superb.
He greeted us out front, but he didn’t speak a word of English, or Chinese, for that matter. He used to be a terra cotta soldier before going into the restaurant business. PG photo
We have been going there for years and we always…
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