Seasonal . Rustic . Stylish
If you want big bold flavours, then perhaps skip here but if you’re after simple food and natural wines served up in an intimate rustic chic space, then you’d be hard pushed to find better.
Ducksoup serves up simple seasonal food. When I went I had a plate of charred new potatoes, crab, peas and tarragon mayo; it’s nothing you can’t rustle up at home but that didn’t make it any less enjoyable. As I was being a cheap skate that day and didn’t want to spend too much money, I ordered a hunk of sourdough bread to fill the void.
It’s not perfectly polished but that’s what adds to its character. Low lights and candlelight contribute to creating an air of romance.
On the top floor is a long and thin dining room – you’ll likely bump someone on your way to your seat / toilet, so if you hate bodily contact with strangers or just generally intimate spaces, then you’ll probably hate Ducksoup!
There’s a downstairs seating space which opens up at 7pm that’s a little more roomy but if you want to have guaranteed buzz, then booking a table upstairs is your best bet.
BASIC OR BOUGIE? In Betweener
BEST FOR Casual Catch Ups, Solo Dining,
VIBE is Hip and Buzzy (Thur Eve)
TRY What’s On (seasonal)
SERVICE Is super relaxed and very friendly
GROUPS c.8 ppl
GOOD TO KNOW Open Sun | c.£35
41 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4PY
Open Mon – Sun