By this time I have been in the US for almost 3 weeks. Not once did I look for Chinese food. I’ve tried Chinese food in Virginia/DC before and honestly it wasn’t worth it. After checking in at Residence Inn it was already 2:00 pm and we were ravenous. We wanted food fast and plenty and so we went to Peking Restaurant.
This Chinese restaurant was also a Mongolian and Japanese restaurant. Immediately I had my doubts. It’s never good when a restaurant is so diversified. On the other hand they’ve been open since 1988 and that’s quite a long time in the restaurant industry.
I was pleasantly surprised with their food. It was actually good. Some more than others. But with the wide variety of choices you are sure to find something great. For me my favorite was the baked seafood in a shell. It was creamy, cheesy and filled with all kinds of chopped seafood. I ate 2 of those. The beef and chicken dishes were also good.
For $7.99 you can get a cold deli sandwich or a burger or even a pizza and a drink. At Peking restaurant $7.99 you get food that’s well cooked, hot, flavorful and you can eat as much as your tummy can hold. Going to Peking restaurant is really a no-brainer. If you’re in Williamsburg, Virginia a trip to Peking restaurant is a MUST. Consider it part of your tour along with Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens and Prime Outets.
PEKING RESTAURANT 中式自助餐
120 Waller Mill Road,Wiliamsburg VA 23185 USA
7 Days a Week
Taste of Thai service begin at 4:30pm to 8:30pm