Peking Turkey, Tao

Eating at an Asian restaurant for the holidays is a tradition for many. Tao combines the best of East and West with its Peking style-roasted turkey. Dressed with persimmon-hoisin sauce and served with dried cherry and chestnut fried rice, it’s also a fantastic use of the delicious fruits and vegetables that are in season at this very moment. $21, in the Venetian, 388-8588.

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