The Peking House restaurant on Grandview Boulevard is going
to move to a
new location in Milwaukee.
PEWAUKEE - The
Peking House will soon bid farewell to Pewaukee and reopen in
Liang said she’s owned the Peking House for about nine years,
although it’s been in its Pewaukee location,
2815 N. Grandview Boulevard, for at least 17 years.
in machinery is drawing Liang to the new Milwaukee spot,
770 N. Jefferson St., she said.
“It’s a better
building and much better equipment,” Liang said. “And there’s
Liang said she
expects the restaurant on Grandview Boulevard to be closed
sometime in March, and is planning to have her Milwaukee site up
and running sometime in March or April.
And for fans
of the food the Peking House serves, Liang said there’s no need
to worry about a change. She said the restaurant will continue
to offer the same meals her customers expect when they stop by.
House offers a traditional Chinese menu as well as more familiar
choices on its Westernized menu. The menu lists items in Chinese
and English, and customers can expect unique choices such as
“Flaming Hot Pot,” which offers one-of-a-kind options such as
pig intestines and sliced pork kidney to incorporate into the
Liang said the
Westernized menu has about 60 items and includes well-known
choices such as sweet and sour chicken and kung pao chicken.
Liang also lets customers choose the level of spiciness they
want in their food.
customers come from Mequon, Madison, Chicago and Milwaukee,
Liang said, and she’s hoping that will continue when she moves.
Pewaukee,” Liang said. “I like the people, schools and
especially the customers. But, our equipment is so old right
now. It’s terrible. Everything is better in the new location.”
Liang said she
still has to go through the proper Milwaukee committees for
exciting,” Liang said. “I’m excited to serve customers there.”