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Duck and Waffle Restaurant

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by Laura (subscribe)
Foodie, theatre and coffee lover. I love to write and entertain!
Published November 4th 2013
Take the glass lift to the top

Perched on the 40th story of the Heron Tower, the highest restaurant in the UK provides you with delicious food and a breathtaking view of London.

The speedy ride up the glass lift isn't for the faint-hearted, as you swiftly scale up along the outside of the building the view expands before you and underneath you, treating your eyes to a spectacular view of central London.

With polished etiquette the staff took our jackets and showed us to our seats. Glass walls ensure nobody misses out on the vista and there is no need to worry about getting a table seat. The service was formal but not uncomfortably so. Staff were attentive and the food came quickly (thankfully as I was famished!).
For brunch there is a good mix of smart professionals, casual holiday makers and people dressed up for a special treat.

Then there's the food. Having chosen the famous duck and waffle with mustard maple syrup I was not disappointed. The dish was presented beautifully and the flavour was full and mouth-watering.

The duck was perfect; its crispy skin and succulent meat was heavenly. Though I didn't try one of the many impressive sounding cocktails, the coffee was great, lovely taste, temperature and art. Yes, brunch for two did cost 60 so perhaps this may not make it as your regular breakfast haunt. However if you're looking for somewhere a bit more special, if you're in need of a treat, some delicious food and a bit of VIP treatment then book a table at the Duck & Waffle and indulge.
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Why? For fantastic food and a breathtaking view
When: 24/7
Phone: 020 3640 7310
Where: Heron Tower, London
Cost: Fairly expensive but great as a treat!
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