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Peking Dragon is a Dana Point restaurant that sells Chinese food. DayGlo sweet-and-sour chicken will be marched out of the kitchen, and glistening noodles in soy-sauce-ladened gravies will land on tables with a thud. The latter will be twirled up by customers with forks as though they were slurping spaghetti. This is Chinese as most Americans know itâ€”cuisine that might be more familiar to someone from Canton, Ohio, than Canton Province. Itâ€™s the kind of place that still has chop suey, egg foo young and rumaki on the menu, and when you ask the waiter for some crispy noodles, heâ€™ll bring it out on a big plate for free, knowing that your table will be munching on it as you wait for your order. You dip the deep-fried twigs in the orange-colored sweet-and-sour sauce poured from a trio of carafes on every table. Another carafe holds hot mustard, another a vinegar-soy blend youâ€™d presumably use on rice.