In a sea of Sichuan, Cantonese restaurant Long Island Pekin in Babylon, revisits the first Chinese foods that many Americans fell in love with — roast pork, lo mein, steamed dumplings — and raises them to new heights. 

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Whole Peking duck is masterfully carved and served with buns, slivered scallions and cucumber, and house-made plum sauce at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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Long Island Pekin is at 96 E. Main St. in Babylon.

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Imaginative cocktails are created at the bar at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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The ducks at Long Island Pekin in Babylon are suspended by hooks in "hung oven."

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String beans sautéed with black bean sauce and showered with fried garlic at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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Steamed crystal shrimp dumplings are a Cantonese classic at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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Pork dumplings, also containing napa cabbage and chives, are given a serious pan-searing at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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Roast pork "char siu" is made, untraditionally, with pork jowl instead of shoulder at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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Owner and chef Jason Lee carves a Peking duck at Long Island Pekin in Babylon.

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