Duck and Waffle is expensive. And fancy. It is on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate in London, and is 230m high. One word of warning, the lift is fast (well, it would have to be), so be ready.
In terms of vegetarian food, it isn’t good. There are a lot of egg dishes, so if you like eggs, then you’re fine. I was there for lunch though, so needed something more substantial. Each dish is around £10, and you need about two (plus dessert, of course).
Here are your options:
I had the puy lentils to start, followed by the Indian spiced chickpeas. I then had the chocolate fondant for dessert (which is another £10).
The food was perfectly nice, but for the money, i really expected more. The dessert was my favourite course. Another thing to mention is that the vegetarian options didn’t really match the meat options, for example, there was a wide range of meat options including pimped up ‘corned dogs’ ‘doughnuts’ and ‘creme brulee’. And we had some lentils. I understand why restaurants do this, if they aren’t confident in creating a vegetarian version of the dish, or is too complicated and the demand isn’t there.
Eat Without The Meat rating: 3/10