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Rawduck

  • Hackney
  • All day
  • ££££

All natural and bio-dynamic wines and a short but sweet cocktail and beer list complement the clean-style of cooking perfectly.

Information

Address
197 Richmond Road, London, E8 3NJ
Contact
+44 (0) 20 8986 6534
Opening Times
Mon 18.00-22.00
Tue 10.00-22.00
Wed-Sat 10.00-22.30
Sun 0.00-21.30
Insider Information
If you're strapped for cash, try on of the bottles hanging in front or grab a carafe.

Reviews

  • The Independent

    The Independent Says…

    Raw Duck is the sister restaurant of Soho's Duck Soup, only it's bigger, bolder and a lot more raw....the drinks list focuses on natural, untreated wines. We consult the sommelier – actually, let's call him the drinks guy – and enjoy his recommendation, Brut and the Beast from Piedmont, which falls between prosecco and cider. Also worth trying is Raw Duck's drinking vinegars made with seasonal fruits...It's a restaurant built from enthusiasm and curiosity, and there's a friendly, welcoming feel to the place, with a much more mixed, all-ages crowd than is customary in these parts.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    Finding the midday meal best for weekend indulgence (more time to digest), that word-of-mouth advice quickly turned into an egg-to-mouth reality. And boy, were they good...Yes, the drinks are a big feature here and with an extensive menu of drinking vinegars, breakfast juices and cocktails (Sparkling Shrub — bubbly with rhubarb and vanilla. I actually want another one right now) it’s hard to leave without sampling from every section.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    By night it transforms it into a wine bar with natural and biodynamic wines, mostly French and Italian. If you’re not a natural wine buff, then it may be worth trying a few before you choose – these too can have a ‘raw’ quality not to everyone’s taste. Don't be put off by the prices on the board, the bottles hanging in front of it are generally cheaper, as are the carafes.

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