I'm embarrassed to say that I've had Peking Garden three times in the last four weeks. I'm more embarrassed to say that I've had it delivered two weekends in a row. And I'm most embarrassed to be sharing this information on the internet. Consider it an act of love from me to you, dear readers.

The spouse and I have been been thoroughly enamored of the veggie fried rice ($8); I even included it on my list of Five Things in Februrary. It's so damn good, and full of veggies. Make a point of ordering it in place or, or in addition to, steamed white rice. 

General Tso's tofu at Peking Garden. Large cubes of fried tofu are covered in a glossy, reddish brown sauce and served on a white plate with blue graphics. The plate is on a gold tablecloth. Photo by Jessica Hammie. General Tso's tofu. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Kung Po tofu. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Tofu in a hot garlic sauce. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

We've also been on a tofu kick recenty, and have tried three tofu dishes: General Tso's, Kung Po, and tofu in a hot garlic sauce ($11 each). Our favorite of the group was the General Tso's. The tofu in all dishes is perfectly fried, but the General Tso's sauce is sweet and a little spicy and perfect.

If you're dining in, treat yourself to a Polynesian cocktail. They look like a bunch of fun.

Polynesian cocktail menu at Peking Garden. A large menu page features 14 different cocktail images with titles and prices. Photo by Jessica Hammie. Photo by Jessica Hammie.

Peking Garden
206 N Randolph
T 3:30 to 10 p.m.
W-M 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Top image of veggie fried rice by Jessica Hammie.