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The Guardian Says...
For a moment I didn’t want to step inside Alan Yau’s new “Chinese gastropub”. I wanted to treat it like that beautiful girl I had the hots for in my first year at university. I just wanted to stand and stare. I didn’t want to ruin the illusion of unquestioned beauty by attempting to get involved.
To go out and get tanked has been given a whole new meaning by Duck & Rice, Alan Yau’s new Soho pub and dining room that dispenses ‘tank beer’. On the spot where the scruffy Endurance pub once provided warm brews and great jukebox tunes, there’s now an extraordinary-looking exoskeleton from an alien world.
After a lengthy wait, we’re all good to go with Alan Yau’s exciting new venture in Soho. This innovative restaurateur – best known for founding Wagamama and Hakkasan – has transformed old Soho favourite The Endurance into Duck and Rice, a two-storey Chinese gastropub.