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Despite the long shadow cast by the Shard, the Heron Tower’s 40th-floor bar-restaurant is still Britain’s highest eatery – and worth considering for a relaxed, comfort-filled meal based on small-plate sharing menus. Marble table-tops and cream leather cosset, though the simple wooden tables by the windows are best for the widescreen, riveting London panorama. The laid-back mood diverges from sky-high dining conventions, but sadly the elevated prices do not. Gripes over “dry” dishes aren’t unfounded, and some find the menu’s super-sweet American streak too sickly; nevertheless, the restaurant’s satisfying, syrup-covered eponymous dish earns consistent praise. Spicy ox-cheek doughnuts covered in paprika sugar provide an interesting contrast between sweet and meat, and the kidult feel continues in rib-eye steak with Marmite hollandaise. The kitchen’s 23-hour opening (closed 5-6am) makes Duck & Waffle more accessible than most hot tables. It’s also a “great setting for a breakfast meeting”. A unique City proposition.

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  1. Published : Friday, 4 July 2014

    The Little Brown Book :: Duck & Waffle

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  1. Published : Monday, 17 December 2012

    Culinary World Tour :: Duck down and waffle on.

    Duck and waffle isn’t exactly a predictable name for a stylish London city skyscraper restaurant, but then it’s not exactly a predictable venue. For one, it features elements of a rustic shabby-chic interior, the likes of which you would normally expect to find in a country pub or boutique hotel, not on top of a monolithic skyscraper in Bishopsgate. The menu also features some quirky twists, with plenty of variety at commendable standards and at prices that don’t so much break the bank as leave a minor dent in it...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 7 October 2012

    The Insatiable Eater :: Duck & Waffle: everbody

    I've not told anyone this before. For my 11th birthday I really wanted tickets to see Culture Club in concert at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The band was riding high in the charts in 1984 with Colour by Numbers, my dad was grooving to Karma Chameleon and all seemed to be right with the world. Instead, we went to the revolving restaurant at the top of Centrepoint Tower in Sydney and had dinner. I sat patiently until dessert was served waiting for the tickets to emerge, but sadly they didn't. I don't remember anything about the food we ate that night, but I do remember getting lost finding my way back to the table...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 19 June 2013

    Nomface :: Duck & Waffle, London

    We were sat at a table facing the South East direction towards Tower Bridge. I had a couple of choices already made up in my mind on prior study of the menu. Our server explained that the dishes would come out as and when they are ready tapas style which was fine due to the grazing style of the plates. We purposely ordered a conservative amount of dishes leaving us the option to order more if required. We were advised that we had the table for 2 hours so wanted to make use of this rather than being rushed...
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  1. Published : Monday, 11 August 2014

    Nomface :: Duck & Waffle, London

    If heights and views are your thing then brunch at Duck & Waffle is a great option for high rise dining in London. Based on the 40th floor of Salesforce Tower (formerly Heron Tower) it is a short stroll from Liverpool Street station, the area is quiet and calm at the weekends compared to the hustle during the office working week.

    The menu is very interesting and the duck congee caught our attention from the eggs section. Congee was a common dish during our upbringing so this interpretation with grilled duck hearts, slow cooked organic egg, spring onion, ginger and hazelnuts appealed. It’s hard to make congee...
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  1. Since it was the OH’s birthday and I was blown away not only by the views but the incredibly beautiful, experimental food at Duck & Waffle (see first review here), I had to show him what all the fuss was about.

    Since first arriving here, I had to book a table 3 weeks in advance as tables are getting harder and harder to book. It must be all the press attention the restaurant is getting. Nevertheless I managed to get a table at 6.45pm on a Wednesday...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 19 July 2014

    ivy eats again. :: Duck & Waffle, London

    I don't really understand what's all the hype about Duck & Waffle. For a fact, it's the tallest restaurant in London perched on the 40th floor of Heron Tower. If you're sat by the windows, you get a shimmering panoramic view of East London and beyond. The waiting list is pretty extensive too, we booked 1.5 months in advanced. The kitchen operates 24/7 meaning you can go there for a late night snack or for a morning breakfast/brunch. So much so, I had a high expectation...
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  1. Since opening in summer 2012, Duck & Waffle has been one of the hottest dining spots in town. Standing out with its 40th floor views of the city and its signature synonymous dish, the restaurant has backed up its unique selling points with a stellar menu. I have wanted to go for some time, but unsurprisingly, with a long waiting list, I hadn’t quite got round to booking a table. Earlier this year, when I heard one of my best friends was visiting from South Korea, we decided to treat ourselves to a Saturday brunch at the venue and booked our table two months in advance...
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  1. My friends and I have being trying to meet for a year (no joke)! As we were all doing different courses at different unis and had holidays at different times, we never managed to get around to it. So when we finally managed to find time last week, we decided to try the infamous Duck and Waffle. Situated on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, the 360° view was amazing and definitely a must go to spot.

    We all ordered the namesake, Duck and Waffle, what a surprise there! For those who don’t know (and where have you been!), it basically consists of a piece of fried duck leg sitting on top of sweet waffle, all...
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  1. The Duck & Waffle is a restaurant struggling with its identity. It sounds like a pub, stays open 24 hours a day like a diner, yet aspires to be a fancy restaurant serving occasionally brilliant but sometime plain weird British food. The staff is inconsistently trained and dressed in cheap black Novotel inspired uniforms with nary a natural fibre. The food and wine prices are expensive, but not unusually so for this part of town. Small plates are around £10 (US$16) and larger plates “for the table” range from £17 to £38. The wine markups however are sometimes obscene. My companion recognized an inexpensive Springfield...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 31 October 2012

    samphire and salsify :: Duck and Waffle

    If you don’t like heights then look away now as Duck and Waffle is situated on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower in Bishopsgate – which made us seriously excited about going for lunch.

    I do love a good view, especially if it’s in London but our experience of restaurants at high altitude so far have been a bit plain Jane. In restaurants like Rhodes 24 or Galvin at Windows we found the food to be ‘safe’ but you certainly wouldn’t say that about the food on offer at D&W – not by a long shot...
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  1. Duck and Waffle is situated on the 40th floor whilst it’s sister restaurant Sushisamba is on the 38th. Sushisamba is a Japanese – Brazilian and Peruvian fusion. Did you know that Brazil is home to the largest Japanese community, outside of Japan?...
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  1. Let me take you on a journey...

    Hidden high above London city is this beautiful sparkling new restaurant. To get to it, you have to first arrive at the Heron Tower, spot the bright yellow sign, walked past the inquisitorial receptionist and then step into the glass lift (which I'm pretty sure is the same one from Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator). Once the 40th button is pressed, it shoot up at the speed of light and brings you to the desired floor in a matter of nano seconds. You walk out of the lift, all confused and disorientated, walking through walkway, greeted first by the toilets (bizarre),...
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  1. On the surface Duck and Waffle poses as an up-scale posh casual dining restaurant, but from the first bite it’s clear that Duck and Waffle is in fact something entirely different: “Unadulterated Food Porn“...
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  1. I know, I know, just like Meatliquor, I'm late to the scene. Jasiminne and I have been trying to get to Duck & Waffle for a girlie dinner for ages, you may remember how last time we tried we ended up in Sushisamba instead. Anyway, we finally made it, and it was so worth it.

    We started with BBQ spiced crispy pigs ears, and the wild mushroom bread. The pigs ears were in-credible. They came in a brown paper bag with a wax seal, and tasted like a cross between bbq flavoured french fries (the crisps) and pork scratchings, I just wanted to eat the whole bag, but sadly I had to share with Jasminne, plus we had bread...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 19 September 2012

    LONDONcalling :: Duck and Waffle

    There is something extremely exciting about eating on the fortieth floor of a tower block. In this case The Heron Tower in The City. We are not blessed with much high rise in the UK so it is somewhat fascinating to gaze skyward in anticipation.At the time of our fairly recent visit, no visible signage was evident for the restaurant. So, no doubt like others before us we walked around the building a couple of times before we realised the door to the right of the building was the actual entrance to the glass fronted lift and eventually skyward to the restaurant.The exhilarating climb up forty floors takes seconds and...
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  1. Published : Thursday, 16 January 2014

    Wrap Your Lips Around This :: Duck and Waffle

    Like a trophy wife, Duck and Waffle is designed to please. Its wraparound London views, quirky transatlantic menu and 24/7 opening hours do much to entice the masses of London. Located on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, a glass elevator transports diners up to the restaurant at a breathless rate of less than a second per floor. The smooth ascent propels you to one of the highest points of the London skyline, sending your insides all aflutter.

    Although I don’t intend to mount any peaks by natural means, straddling the London skyline in less than a minute feels pretty awesome. The bar area offers views looking...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 26 January 2014

    Samphire and Salsify :: Duck and Waffle

    Getting the lift up to Duck and Waffle, which resides at the top of the Heron Tower in Bishopsgate, is quite an experience in itself. It’s on the outside of the building meaning the view, as your hurtle up at what feels like 90 miles an hour towards the 40th floor, is quite astonishing.

    Once there, after walking through the open plan bar area, where you’ll see the most incredible view of the Gherkin, we were shown to our booth table overlooking London towards Canary Wharf. It was quite simply stunning...
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  1. Published : Monday, 13 May 2013

    A Table For Two :: Duck & Waffle

    Adding altitude to anything can make the ordinary into the sublime. Drinking, eating, gazing and socialising is simply better at great heights.

    Duck & Waffle have played on these factors. Being open 24hrs a day and being that little bit higher than SushiSamba it has definitely created its own hype. Waiting lists are still pretty extensive and there is no question that walking past those who turn up without one makes the trip a little bit more satisfying. Where you’re sat however still makes a big difference to your visit...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 13 January 2013

    Living La Vida London :: Duck and Waffle (At last)

    Last night, we had the rather unusual experience of going to dinner at 1 am. Other than wolfing down a hubcap sized burger after a drunken night out, this is not something I generally do…mainly as most restaurants in the UK are shut past 12 for the majority of evenings.

    But the Duck and Waffle is a 24 hour food fest, only taking a short break between 5 and 6 am,and serving alcohol until 3 am. This piqued my interest, it has to be said. However what really drew me to sample it’s varied delights is it’s location.

    It’s found on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, in City of London. The views are spectacular,...
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  1. Published : Monday, 25 March 2013

    the dinersaur :: duck and waffle

    Situated on the 40th floor of the very spiffy Heron Tower, the place wows from the moment you step in and breathe in the stunning unobstructed view of London. There is an open bar area with free seating where you can cool your heels with some of the signature Duck and Waffle cocktails. Try the D&W Gin and Tonic, topped with yuzu flavoured foam and rose petals, for a sweet and refreshing treat...
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  1. Published : Friday, 5 April 2013

    Frenchy love food :: DUCK AND WAFFLE - Girls night

    Best place to celebrate my friend's birthday : Duck & Waffle.
    I really love this restaurant... I could spend hours watching by the window and analyse the view.
    Tonight I went there to experiment new things..
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  1. Published : Monday, 20 January 2014

    Drifting Epicure :: Duck & Waffle

    Being on top of the city with an unobstructed view clearly adds another dimension to a dining experience. What would you do to go one step further? Keep it open 24/7 for guests to enjoy sunrise and sunset which is what Duck & Waffle has done. It’s truly non-discriminating with the more than generous opening hours, be it for early birds, power lunchers, romantic diners, late nightlifers, Sushi Samba haters or the occasional tourist who got lost in the city. Success is the word to describe it considering how far ahead I needed to book a table for 6 people early in the morning...
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  1. Published : Monday, 4 November 2013

    sexdrugsandbaconrolls :: Duck and Waffle

    You enter the Heron tower through the exclusive lift hall just for the Duck and Waffle and Sushi Samba restaurants, separating these two fine dining restaurants from the rest of the financial skyscraper. There is a small reception desk at the front of the lift, which I can only assume is there to check that you have reservations and keep a watch on the capacity limits as there is only one button to press in the lift, so it is not like you need a guide. The lift is completely made of glass – except for the floor, thankfully – and is very fast for a life. The experience is amazing seeing the London skyline open up to...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 13 March 2013

    hashtagfoodporn :: DUCK & WAFFLE.

    The first thing you need to know about Duck and Waffle is that if you’re afraid of heights, or lifts (elevators) or you don’t like experimenting with your food then this place isn’t for you. But that being said, my dad, the worlds fussiest eater, the man who only eats meat and carbs and the occasional brussel sprout, enjoyed his meal. The atmosphere and the ambiance and the setting is absolutely out of this world. Words cannot describe the view and the place is so unbelievably beautifully decorated its worth going just to feel like you’re rich and famous for the night...
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  1. If James Bond ever were to do casual lunch, I imagine Duck & Waffle is where he’d want to go. Swooshed up to the 40th floor by elevator to the breathtaking panoramic London views in the plush surroundings of Duck & Waffle. The food at Duck & Waffle is as dramatic as its view and Bond would probably be tempted to try out the many uber-delicious dishes...
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  1. Duck & Waffle opened in the summer of 2012 and it has made an indelible mark on the London dining scene. With a name like Duck & Waffle, how could it not? But the name is not its only draw card. Located on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower near Liverpool Street, it offers glorious views over the City of London, the kind that could perhaps only be matched with vouchers for an exciting helicopter ride.
    Before you hit enter the restaurant proper, there is the funky stylish bar that serves a range of cocktails. It’s very cool...
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  1. Published : Monday, 18 November 2013

    Kavey Eats :: Duck & Waffle, Heron Tower, City of London

    A restaurant on the 40th floor of a shiny city skyscraper, with all of London spread out like a sparkling map below, could probably just let the view pull in the punters. But at the Duck & Waffle, the view (admired through wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows) is secondary.

    While the view is amazing, the food is even better.

    Of course, if you are plugged in to the food twitterati, are an avid reader of London restaurant blogs or just read a newspaper restaurant critic’s column now and then, this is old old news...
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  1. Perhaps the air is a little thinner 40 floors above London. Perhaps it’s the threat of vertigo when peering over the precipice. It could even be the vitalising qualities of a room flooded with natural light from the wrap around floor-to-ceiling windows. Whatever the reasons, dining at Duck & Waffle made me feel a bit giddy, in a good way.

    There are a couple of uncommon attributes occasionally found within the London dining scene that come together here: it is the highest restaurant in the UK (with the spectacular views to go with that accolade) and it welcomes and serves people at any hour of every day. Combine...
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  1. Published : Friday, 18 January 2013

    Fd Over LDN :: High and (mostly) Dry

    Zooming up in the much-discussed Roald Dahl-like glass elevator to the 40th floor of the Heron Tower is as much the exhilarating, if nerve-shattering, experience as has been discussed in other blogs. Once at the top, you are lead to the main dining room, a surprisingly intimate affair, with floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding three quarters of the space. The panoramic view here is largely unbroken and the table setting allows for pretty modest views even for the middle tables (unlike our experience with Galvin at Windows). We went for breakfast in this case, but they are impressively open all night. I'm guessing...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 27 January 2013

    SamTheFoodFan :: Duck & Waffle

    This weekend was a very special one in that it was TBH’s birthday. Whilst he is quite happy to be dragged around to all the restaurants that I want to visit, there are also a couple of places on his radar that he would like to try. One being a burger joint and the other a restaurant with one of the best views in London. And so when it came to choosing where to take him, it was a pretty easy choice for me. A special place, for a special person on a special day.
    Duck & Waffle is situated on the 40th floor of the new Heron Tower, in the City of London. The ‘wow’ factor begins from the minute you step into the glass...
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  1. There’s no denying the fact that dining here feels very special, and the view from the fortieth floor of the Heron Tower is absolutely stunning. It would be an impressive date or special occasion venue and I’d definitely recommend coming here...
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  1. Published : Tuesday, 11 March 2014

    vialaporte :: Duck & Waffle // Spitalfields // London

    Perched high above Liverpool St, financial and fashionable types come together to eat in one of London’s most hyped new restaurants: Duck & Waffle. Though while you might think this will be a passing gimmick, the quality of the food (and service) says that it might be around longer than some expected. The cooking at Duck & Waffle is very strong, with a bistro-style menu that has been innovatively elevated by a talented team. They show how a concept restaurant can really deliver the goods.

    Even though some may find the dishes a bit on the rich side, this is a bistro, and bistro isn’t meant to serve light food....
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  1. It seems that London is a city that doesn’t sleep, but instead flocks to Duck & Waffle in its masses at 4am in the morning.

    I should have known from the struggle it was to find a table for a group of people at the dead of night that this wasn’t going to be a quite meal. Instead when the glass elevator had whooshed us up to Heron Tower's 40th floor, we walked into a bar and restaurant which was pumping high volume electro tunes into a space which was absolutely packed with people.

    Yet they were not ordinary people who had just finished a night out and were in search for something slightly more appetising...
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  1. One year ago yesterday, John and I eloped to Wales with only our photographer and her fiance as witnesses. As we said our vows in the Conwy city hall and took pictures later on the Llandudno pier, I remember thinking that it was the happiest day of my life.

    To celebrate this occasion, John took me out for brunch on Sunday at a surprise location - I couldn't have imagined that we'd be heading to Duck & Waffle, on the 40th floor of Heron Tower. Having only been to the Shard a few weeks ago, we'd been spoiled by views of London from high up, and yesterday was no exception, particularly as the weather was just....
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  1. One year ago yesterday, John and I eloped to Wales with only our photographer and her fiance as witnesses. As we said our vows in the Conwy city hall and took pictures later on the Llandudno pier, I remember thinking that it was the happiest day of my life.

    To celebrate this occasion, John took me out for brunch on Sunday at a surprise location - I couldn't have imagined that we'd be heading to Duck & Waffle, on the 40th floor of Heron Tower. Having only been to the Shard a few weeks ago, we'd been spoiled by views of London from high up, and yesterday was no exception, particularly as the weather was just....
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  1. Sitting on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, Duck & Waffle is the UK’s highest restaurant so it is hardly surprising that it gets booked as much for the view as it does for the food. The menu itself is often praised and best described as eclectic and creative, but I’ve frequently wondered whether it’s actually any good or if diners are swept up in the fun and frivolity of it all to really care? So on the hottest day of the year so far, we went along to find out!

    I can’t deny it, the view was stunning and so was the restaurant. The bar area is open and vibrant, the dining room has a more luxurious feel, both...
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  1. Duck & Waffle is quite possibly one of the most blogged about restaurants in London. With a massive 114 blog posts on Urban Spoon, Dan Doherty's restaurant based in the Heron Tower is clearly the talk of the town. But there's a reason for's brilliant...perhaps one of my favourite restaurants in London. I thought I'd add to the list with my own blog post and show you why Duck & Waffle is basically restaurant perfection.

    Even the lift journey has become iconic....
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  1. The Better Half (TBH) and I celebrated our 14th wedding anniversary this week and when bestie suggested we get together for breakfast at Duck & Waffle, we thought this would be the perfect occasion for it. The restaurant is located on the 40th floor of Heron Tower in the City of London, with sweeping views across the London skyline and food that matches the amazing outlook. Three years after opening it is still extremely popular, so with our anniversary being on a Tuesday, we stood a far better chance of getting a table at a decent hour (I say decent hour, but we still had to catch our usual train that takes us to...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 29 April 2015

    Sam Stewart Etc :: Duck and Waffle Brunch Review

    We had been to Duck and Waffle a while back for dinner and had a delicious meal. But I kept hearing from friends that brunch was the best meal, so when my friends Robert and Trevor told me they were visiting London from NY, I booked a table.

    The restaurant is fun and is one of the few “restaurants with a view” that actually delivers when it comes to the food. A lot of them charge a fortune because of the setting but the food disappoints. Not in this case!...
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  1. When my alarm started sounding at 06:30am on a day off, I did doubt the table I'd booked a few weeks before. Yes, I had to book weeks in advance and yes, the only booking I could get was 08:15am. But, eating breakfast 230m in the clouds at Duck & Waffle sure is an experience...
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  1. For those who don’t know, Duck and Waffle is located on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower and has stunning views of London. They make the most of the views with floor to ceiling windows and a carefully arranged seating plan to ensure all diners can enjoy it. The first time I visited Duck and Waffle was on a weekday lunch, so luckily there was no need to book, and I was so impressed, I decided to treat my best friend to dinner here for his birthday. Although all seats have a view, of course everyone hopes to be right next to the window which luckily we were. The views really are quite spectacular so understandably...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 27 May 2015

    Emma Rose Tully :: Review: Duck & Waffle | Daydreamer

    Unlike my recent trip to Barnyard where I successfully made it through the doors of a restaurant within a month of it opening, Duck & Waffle has been on my to-visit list for about 680 days. Located on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower in the City of London, Duck & Waffle made it’s debut to the London restaurant scene in the summer of 2012 (about 680 days ago). With 24/7 opening hours and magnificent views of the London skyline, Duck & Waffle is undoubtedly on the to-do list of many visitors to the city.

    Brunch is only served on Saturday and Sundays, which means it can get booked up quickly. You’re only able...
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  1. All the cool kids seem to be having brunch at Duck and Waffle at the moment and like a good little sheep that I am, I decided that it was time to join them and try out their gluten free brunch offerings.

    Now I’m not good with heights so luckily the lovely bloggers I was brunching with (Emma, Kara, Sam and Mina) were waiting for me in the lobby to take the scary ride up to the 40th floor which is extremely quick (but it’s a VERY long ride if you hate heights; I felt weak in the knees when we got to the top)...
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  1. Duck & Rice is Alan Yau’s new restaurant with a Chinese Pub concept in Soho. Alan Yau owns a ton of restaurants including Hakkasan, Busaba Eat Thai and Yauatcha, which is right next door to Duck & Rice. The pub concept has nothing to do with the food and just relates to the décor somehow, and the fact that they have a huge tank of Pilsner at the entrance of the ground floor, which is also their bar area.

    The main restaurant is upstairs and it has a fine vibe, but nothing overly special. The menu is huge and has everything one can imagine, ranging from snacks to dim sum, curry, duck and many more things.

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  1. Published : Tuesday, 25 August 2015

    #FatInside :: #FatInside: Duck and Waffle

    A recent visit to Duck and Waffle brought back the fond memories of visiting the restaurant for my 22nd Birthday. The tallest restaurant in London boasts spectacular views of the city and if you're blessed with a table overlooking 'The Gherkin' you're in for a treat. The restaurant and bar offer a chic design and the intimate feeling in the restaurant makes for a perfect evening.
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  1. We had been to Duck and Waffle a while back for dinner and had a delicious meal. But I kept hearing from friends that brunch was the best meal, so when my friends Robert and Trevor told me they were visiting London from NY, I booked a table.
    The restaurant is fun and is one of the few “restaurants with a view” that actually delivers when it comes to the food. A lot of them charge a fortune because of the setting but the food disappoints. Not in this case!
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