Duck Duck GooseBringing the tastes of Hong Kong to Melbourne via Paris, the unique restaurant concept, incorporating both French and Chinese cuisine, Duck Duck Goose is now open.
Designed by BURO architects and accommodating up to 300 diners, Duck Duck Goose is divided into the 'light side' and the 'dark side'. The light side serves Chinese cuisine, fresh, fast and flavoursome yum cha to diners seated on stylish Scandinavian Wegner chairs.
Duck Duck Goose has brought together an enviable team of expert chefs with Chef Haru from the famous Blanc Haru in Sydney as consulting Chef, Yoshitaka Kojima as Sous Chef Cuisine Francaise and Chinese Chefs, Takaai Harada and Weiming Mo.
'The menu is based on strong classic French traditions and techniques, but the food is uniquely Duck Duck Goose. We believe we are pioneering a new wave of inspired French food here in Melbourne and it's really exciting.'
Chinese Chefs, Takaai Haarda has designed a delicious and accessible Chinese dim sum menu that will ensure Duck Duck Goose becomes a favourite stop for yum cha devotees. Gentle on the wallet, dishes start at $4 for Dim sum, $8 for Duck Curry and the Original Pork and Duck Noodle Soup for $10. While Weiming Mo has made his mark with his signature Peking Duck available either whole or two pieces per serve.
Duck Duck Goose Yum Cha opening hours 12pm- late, seven days a week
Duck Duck Goose Restaurant and Champagne Bar opening hours Tuesday to Friday lunch from 12pm and Dinner Tuesday to Friday from 6pm-late, Saturday from 6pm till late.
Wheelchair access and all major credit cards accepted.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Artemis Lane Melbourne | Map
✆ 03 9040 2000
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Duck Duck Goose
→ Book Table Online
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