We’ve had a delicious meal at this fun, well decorated and trendy restaurant. The Asian fusion food was flavourful and had a very fun twist. The duck fried rice was absolutely phenomenal, the soup dumpling delicious and the desert heavenly. I will definitely come back to try more items on their menu. The service was also top notch!
Had our son's graduation dinner here, it was amazing! The food just kept coming and every dish was delicious!! Our server Jonathan was awesome, he accommodated our little ones with white rice and they were SO happy!! Excellent server!! We had a set up in the private room with the sliding doors, felt like VIPs!! Definitely recommend for all your gatherings!!
Duck Duck Goat was recommended when we were at Stephanie’s other restaurant Girl and the Goat. The modern take on Chinese food was really fun and delicious. We went on Saturday night so it was very busy. We had reservations but still waited shortly. Our seating was very crowded but it looked like larger groups were well-accommodated at bigger tables. Our server was fine - but overall service wasn’t as stellar as our experiences elsewhere. Our small table was often overcrowded with plates and dishes. That said, the food was outstanding!! We had the short rib and bone marrow dumplings, crab rangoon, duck fried rice and pork belly. My gosh - all so delicious and perfectly layered with flavors. Highly recommend!
I enjoyed my visit to Duck Duck Goat. Love the different decor styles within the restaurant. I sat in the red room which was the most lovely of the other dining spaces. For dinner, I had the Duck and Goat Spring Rolls, SO YUMMY, and Pekan Chicken. I did not like the chicken because it is fried quite hard and the sauce was just okay. I didn’t send it back though. I ate everything lol It wasn’t bad, just fried too hard for my liking. Overall, nice restaurant. Worth a try!
5 stars, easily! I went for dinner during restaurant week and the $55 for 6 courses (3 appetizers, 2 entrees, and a dessert) was a phenomenal deal. The wood-fired beef and broccoli with mushroom relish and crispy shallots in particular was mouth watering. Highly recommend, Duck Duck Goat lives up to the hype.