Decoy requires a commitment to a prix fixe multi-course dinner ($68) built around Peking Duck. You have lots of choices for the first and third courses, but the second course will be Peking Duck, period. It's a good Peking Duck, but don't come to Decoy and expect to get something else. Also, you will be seated at one long community table that holds about 25 people, so if you need white table cloths and privacy, Decoy is not for you. We enjoyed the Peking Duck, the other courses, and the communal dining, but suspect that it's not for everyone. Compared to other NYC restaurants, Decoy is a bargain. Compared to other Chinese restaurants, Decoy is expensive. It's all a matter of perspective. The quantities are more than adequate so resist the urge to add any additional side dishes. I am a big eater and I couldn't get through the last course of excellent fried rice.
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