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 BishopsgateLondonEC2M 7PY
Top 5 reviews of Duck & Waffle
when I visited London, this was definitely my favorite restaurant by far. first, the view is stunning regardless of how foggy London can get. the elevator ride up to the restaurant is made out of glass, which this made the view even more stunning.
we ordered the duck & waffle (of course), the caramelised banana waffle, and lots of coffee. to begin with, the coffee is super strong with the... more
I was excited to try this restaurant and it was on top of my list, but their famous duck and waffle is over hyped! There is nothing special and unique about it. The duck was tender, but it was missing some flavor. I also did not like the spicy ox cheek doughnut. The jam over powered the whole entire dish. I did really enjoy the foie gras creme brûlée, smoked eel, and crispy polenta. I would... more
Duck and waffle is great, it comes with duck confit, egg and waffle. Duck confit is so tasty and amazing. Highly recommend! Must reservation in advance, and the window seat is awesome. more
The best aspects of Duck & Waffle are the colorful elevator ride, the view from the restaurant, and the amazing staff at the bar.
I had an excellent old fashioned while friends enjoyed other mixed drinks.
The food was okay. Not fantastic for the price of the experience, but okay.
Friends agreed that the best entree was the duck and waffles, as it ought to be. We also tried the octopus,... more
Whoever is doing the PR for Duck & Waffle deserves a raise-- this spot is listed in damn near every "Where to Eat in London" article on the internet, and really shouldn't belong there.
After making our reservation over a month in advance, we finally roll up to the entrance at 8AM for our breakfast. After being shot up 40 floors in the elevator, we sit down at our table. It's a fairly easy... more