The Low Down
What to Drink: Selected wines, brews and sakes round out the offerings.
When to Go: The restaurant hosts live jazz on Thursday and Friday nights.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Accessible interpretations of classic Chinese dishes in the East Bay.
by Contributor at Citysearch
The extensive menu spans Szechuan, Cantonese, Hunan and Hong Kong traditions. Starters include pan-fried potstickers and barbecued spare ribs. Entrees make ample use of rich, house-made sauces, like Kung Pao Delight, aâ¦
Decline with New Management & Chef 3Q of 2007
By secretsquirrel2u at Citysearch
I had been to this restaurant quite a few times and even had food delivered & considered all aspects of the earlier 2007 restaurant to be above ave... Read More
By Teves at Citysearch
The restaurant appeared clean but I must admit I was rather concerned when I walked in during dinner hours, on a Friday night, to find a single cus... Read More
GREAT chinese food!!!!!
By yolianda at Citysearch
Great food!!! We orderd the prawn fried rice (large prawns), sweet and sour chicken (all white meat) mangolian beef (wish it was a little more spi... Read More
A Stage for me: The Singing Diva
By singingdiva at Citysearch
Peking Village is really a nice place to hang out with your friends and family whether during lunch or dinner. It's a good place to practice your ... Read More
Looks Clean and Smells Clean Restaurant
By etcavestany at Citysearch
I always consider cleanliness of the restaurant when I bring my family to eat out. This restaurant has improved since the change of management. I... Read More