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
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
Aside from the view, I found Duck & Waffle to be underwhelming. It might have been that the restaurant has been overhyped by some friends and colleagues, but I've had better, especially for the prices. I did come in knowing there'd be a premium for the amazing views of London. We had the roasted octopus, duck and waffle and the sea bass. Everything was fine, but nothing to write home...more
We originally had a booking for 6.15 but had to change it. So that's how we ended up in Duck and Waffle at half-midnight on a Monday morning. I am so glad we had to change because I don't think the day light would have done this magical place justice. It's all quite fancy, but a fun experience you definitely have to do. The doorman lets you in and you get whisked up to the 40th floor in a...more
Fantastic experience .. I really enjoyed it. Bear in mind though that you come here for the fantastic view and not the food which I found well meaning but a disappointing.
I had the house breakfast followed by the grilled asparagus. Both dishes well presented but felt they could have used nicer sausages, mushroom and the asparagus was a bit heavy on the vinegar.
That being said the view is...more
Thought it would be much more expensive, but kind of affordable for a nice restaurant in that type of building!
Amazing night view and atmosphere, love the interior and open kitchen!
The ox cheek doughnut is huge and enough for three people, love the filling and the sauce, but the bread itself is a little dry and hard to chew, not bouncy or moist at all.
The fois gras crime brûlée is nice, the...more
Every so often, it's good to have a little pomp and circumstance in your life.
Even if the end result means that you're basically going to eat poultry and a waffle.
If you want to get in at a decent hour, I highly recommend making reservations. I made mine a week out and I was still scheduled for 1:30am. Since it was within the first couple of days coming from the States, 1:30am suited us...more