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As a fine dining experience, Wing Lei can be expensive, but as with all items of high quality, you get what you pay for. Starters such as vegetable spring rolls, fried golden-brown and served with sweet and sour sauce are $14, while seafood appetizers, such as crispy prawns with ponzu sauce or Alaskan king crab salad, hit the mark at $18. Seafood entrees tend to be the most expensive on the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant's menu, with chili Dungeness crab and wok-fried Maine lobster topping out at $68 and $70, respectively.
Other Chinese favorites such as sweet and sour pork, Mongolian beef or the spicy Hunan chicken are mid-ranged at around $30, while side dishes, such as Yang Chow fried rice, are $20 and under. Without drinks, a moderate three-course meal at Wing Lei can be between $50 and $100 per person.
For more bang for your buck, we recommend the Imperial Duck entree with two different dishes for $88; it’s enough food to feed even four people. The Imperial Duck, also known as Peking Duck, is a traditional house specialty, carved tableside and served with fluffy bao or thin crêpes. The remainder of the duck is then taken back and prepared to be wrapped in lettuce cups.