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Sang Kee Peking Duck House Restaurant Review: Known for its Peking duck, Sang Kee is one of the busiest spots in Chinatown. Whether your tastes lean toward the tried and true such as wonton soup and kung pao chicken, or the classic Peking duck served in two courses, with scallion, pancake and sauce, and shredded with vegetables, Sang Kee fills the bill. Crispy sea bass, called sea dragon, is a mild dish that can serve two people, and chicken with string beans in garlic sauce is on the spicy side. For lovers of congee (best described as a rice porridge), Sang Kee serves one with thousand-year eggs and pork, and one with squid and beef. The menu offers noodles galore, full-course meals for two, four or six, and discounts and coupons online.