Duck & Waffle is celebrating International Waffle Day 2023 by introducing a week-long Waffle Week with waffles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The special event will take place between Monday, March 20 and Saturday, March 25, where guests can expect the restaurant’s top-selling namesakes to a slate of brand-new offerings.
The critically-acclaimed restaurant is most known for its imaginative twist on British cuisine, with playful touches from fellow European cuisines. Duck & Waffle is named after its signature dish: a buttermilk waffle topped with a crispy duck leg confit and fried duck egg doused in mustard maple syrup.
Undoubtedly, Waffle Week will redefine the art of the waffle by offering a variety of takes on the traditional breakfast dish. For breakfast, waffle lovers can start their day by choosing the mega popular Duck Benedict with smoked duck breast, poached eggs, hollandaise, and sriracha for a tangier kick, or the Green Eggs & Ham Croque Madame with spinach, Parma ham and Gruyère, topped with duck egg. Vegetarian guests can also opt for Avocado Waffle with poached eggs and Aleppo chillies.
For lunch and dinner, guests will be able to try the new creations inspired by traditional British desserts. Waffle highlights include the indulgent Victoria Sandwich with Chantilly, homemade strawberry jam and almonds, the Fudge Cake Waffle with white chocolate and tanka mousse, cherry compote, and chocolate sauce, as well as the comforting Carrot Cake with cream cheese frosting, candied walnuts and pickled heritage carrots. To celebrate the opening of the new At James Quarter location, visitors will enjoy our Scottish favourite Deep-Fried Mars Bar topped with hazelnut ice cream and sweetmeat fudge sauce.
The celebration carries into the Late-Night menu with the The Full Elvis made with PBJ, caramelised banana, Chantilly and all the trimmings, and the namesake Duck & Waffle, with crispy leg confit, fried duck egg and mustard maple syrup, all available 24/7.
This International Waffle Day, we’re here to break the rules, and Duck & Waffle seems to agree!