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 20 3640 7310
Admittedly I was intrigued by and came here for the views and the booze, not the food.
I have this 'thing' where I like to grab a drink at the highest point I possibly can when visiting a city. I like to see the world from up high. There is no better place in London than Duck & Waffle.
I made a reservation way far in advance since I knew I was traveling, but at 1130 we were among just a...more
Maybe I'm easily pleased, but even the glass lift ride up to the Duck and Waffle was a treat. Watching London simultaneously fade away beneath your feet and open up as your view expands across the whole city is something really special.
As we arrived at floor 40 it felt like we'd turned the wrong way somewhere. We hadn't. You do just have to walk past the toilets to get to the restaurant. We...more
A little pretentious for my liking. Sure, Duck & Waffle provides a great view of London 24/7, but their service and food offerings are really subpar. We came on a late Thursday night at about midnight, and were lucky to get booth seating. The bar is definitely busy with what I presume to be tourists/visitors. When the bartender/server came to take our order, his sarcastic remarks came off...more
This place exceeded my expectations!
On my last evening in London, my cousins and I came here for dinner.
First let's start with the guy at the door... Loved him! He was professional but still down to earth!
We then went inside and rode the elevator up I think 39 floors. What a sight to see!
We were greeted by the hostess, super nice and then taken to our table. My cousin asked the...more
This delicious 24-hour restaurant with the most amazing view in London generally requires reservations, however there was a couple who walked in with my boyfriend and I who were able to snag a table without. That being said, their table was in the center of the room, which sort of defeats the purpose of eating here. Luckily, my boyfriend made a reservation for us about a month in advance and...more