Much more than a poultry meal at Duck Duck Goose, Brixton

Mexican | 17 Jan 2017

Duck Duck Goose, the new Cantonese restaurant that’s just opened in Pop Brixton, was founded by the former head chef of Le Café Anglais, Oli Brown, who lived and worked in Hong Kong, meaning he knows a thing or two about proper Cantonese food.

With Duck Duck Goose, Oli brings us a BBQ restaurant pretty akin to those found on the streets of Hong Kong. A carnivore’s dream, the menu consists mainly of duck, pork and goose, prepared in traditional Chinese ways – fried, steamed or cooked in a wok. You’d be a fool if you skip the Prawn Toast Revisited.  It keeps things traditional but with a very 21st century taste improvement.  And as it’s a barbecue, you better wash all of it down with a beer.

Get your own larger plate, share with friends, whatever you do, just make sure to play a round of Duck Duck Goose in your very near future.