High up on the 40th floor of Salesforce Tower London (formerly Heron Tower), Duck & Waffle is perfect for groups with its sociable ambience and shareable dishes. Open until the early hours (and again minutes later for breakfast), this European and British inspired venue makes the most of its location with floor-to-ceiling windows.
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Duck & Waffle
110 BishopsgateThe CityLondonEC2M 7PY
- +44 (0)20 3640 7310
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
Great ambiance, great location, great views! The food is good though not outstanding (except for the bread; both the garlic and rosemary as well as the artichoke and parmesan - fantastic).
We didn't know who our server was. Many different staff members came to check on us through various points of the evening which made us feel taken care of, but a bit confused on who to ask for various...more
Lovely view of London as it is on the 40th something floor in a skyscraper. the design is cool and it is booked for dinner the next half year or so, however lunch is available.
I had the duck and waffle which as ok. I had expected more to be frank. Still, the view was so stunning that it did not matter. Beer was expensive - think I paid 5-6£ for a small bottle.
Go here for breakfast as the...more
After hearing so much about this place, I was dying to come here! I ended up heading here with some friends after a night out at about 3 a.m., and there was a short queue (about 15 minutes) to get in.
Duck & Waffle is open 24/7 so if you didn't make a reservation I recommend going late at night or super early for breakfast at sunrise! Once you enter the building, you get on a reaallly fast...more
5 starts for ambiance and location! The most beautiful views of London. Not stuffy for how nice it is.
5 stars for the bread. We had the garlic and rosemary bread and it was AMAZING.
5 stars for the main courses. We had the classic duck and waffle and the pea and ricotts ravioli. Both dishes were cooked to perfection.
Must get a booking early.....we had over a month wait for a...more
I wasn't too impressed. The place is located at one of the highest if not the highest points in the city, and does offer a good panoramic view, but just remember London doesn't really have a skyline to speak of.
We came on a Monday for lunch and had to wait quite a bit for a table even though the place was less than half full. We finally were allowed a table but only "for an hour." And when...more