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Signspotting: "Authentic" Peking Duck on Congressional Avenue
While cruising along Congressional Avenue in Quezon City on his way home as the professional passenger, not the driver, he noticed the sign of a small food cart advertising this authentic "pekeng" duck and authentic Persian cuisine. He took out his iPhone to take a drive-by picture.
are they advertising authentic peking duck or a fake (peke) one? how about the authentic Persian food?
btw, Tutubi came from official duty in Marikina and spent an hour for a mini-Marikina Food Trip that will be featured in future posts...too many backlogs for the busy Tutubi :(