the Yenching Palace




About The Yenching Palace

Throughout the years, the Yenching Palace often has shared a page of history with the United States. During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, the Yenching Palace was one of the meeting sites of the personal intermediary of President John F. Kennedy and the Emissary of the Soviet Premier, Nikita Khrushchev. It was at the last of these meetings held at the Yenching Palace that final terms were agreed upon which ended the crisis and avoided war. 
 
       The ABC television hour-long documentary, "The Cuban Crisis," was filmed and narrated by the distinguished reporter, John Scali (U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. in 1974), at the Yenching Palace. Then, in 1971, when President Nixon initiated rapprochement discussions between the United States and the People's Republic of China, the Yenching Palace had the honor to be chosen the site for diplomatic and social exchanges between Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger, and high-ranking representatives of the Chinese delegation to Washington, D.C., in their efforts to normalize relationships between the two countries.

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Yenching Palace Reviews


"In Washington, the China watchers, basking in new found esteem, are acknowledged experts in Chinese restaurants. Their honorable selection; the Yenching Palace."
Time Magazine, January 27,1967

"Selected in the top 1% category of Washington Restaurants"
The Washingtonian Magazine, 1969-1976

"Yenching Palace: A grade - An establishment."
Donald Dersden, Restaurant Reviewer in The Washington Post, January, 1970

"Culinary artistry and discerning cuisine."
American Express and Holiday Magazine, 1970 Recommendation 



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*LUNCH PLATES SPECIAL*
 
Availabe before 3:00pm (Monday~ Friday)
1. Choice of Spring Roll or Soda
2. Choice of White Rice or Fried Rice (not under Rice or Noodle items)

*SUNDAY BUFFET*
Only $7.95,All You Can Eat, from 12 Noon till 2:30 pm every Sunday



FREE DELIVERY
 
(Limited Delivery Area)
Minimum Order $15.00 
 
7 Days A Week
Mon. - Thurs. 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Fri. - Sat. 11:30 AM - 11:30 PM
Sunday 12 noon - 11:00 PM

(202) 362-8200
Fax: (202) 362-8286

1/4 Block North Of The Cleveland Park Metro Station
Free Parking In The Rear

SPECIAL BANQUET MENU ON REQUEST
$20.00 Minimum for Credit Cards


3524 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC, 20008-2401
Tel: (202)362-8200; Fax: (202)362-8286
The menus and prices listed in this website are subject to change without notice in advance.
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