Duck Duck Goat

Row 1

Details
857 W Fulton Market (at Peoria St)
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 902-3825
Chinese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 4:30 PM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 4:30 PM–11:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–10:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • My first and favorite soup dumplings. Definitely try them.
  • Impressive menu selection. Server's are attentive, knowledgeable, and the food is fantastic. If you're there early or party is late, go to the lounge in the back to grab a drink.
  • Everything. Got a private room for a big party and had a 10 course meal that all shared. Great food. Good Old Fashioned. So so wine list.
  • This frozen concoction deserves a spot on this list--blueberry sorbet topped with rhubarb shaved ice, tapioca pearls and a condensed-milk-caramel sauce--yeah, this one makes the cut.
  • All the food items are good and the portion sizes are awesome. They have multiple options in vegetarian too
  • Great food and excellent cocktails. Loved the Before Dawn and Blind Goat Old Fashioned.
  • Everything is good! Must: shrimp toast!
  • Tried 13 dishes. Appetizers were solid. Dumplings, soup in a bag, onion pancakes, duck hearts. Main dishes were okay. Beef broccoli, chicken pekan, fried rice. House Old Fashioned was excellent.
  • Everything was beyond expectations. The goal rib special was unbelievable. Bones pulled right out of the meat. Tons of flavor and not dry at all.
  • What started as a one-night pop-up dinner became Stephanie Izards third restaurant as part of the Boka Group, where Chinese flavors and techniques are reverently, if not strictly, employed.
  • Try the beef slap noodles!
  • You know everything is going to be really good here, and expectations are always met!
  • Everything was delicious! Given the array of dishes we sampled, I suggest Pekan Chicken, Short Rib noodle, soup dumplings and bone marrow potstickers. Based on portion sizes, groups of 2-4 are ideal.
  • Skip the stir fried rice and go for noodles.
  • Couldn't live up to the hype. Good food, not great. Stick with The Girl and the Goat for inventive and delicious food.
  • Seafood fried rice is delicious!
  • Three appetizers/starters and three dishes was enough food for three people.
  • Egg drop soup, pork fried rice, crab rangoons, slap noodles-- actually everything I've tried. Love the twist on everything
  • Dim Sum Sunday. Over and over again!
  • Amazing! One thing better than the next! Sliver noodles, octopus salad, seafood fried rice and pineapple cake. Might also bump into a celeb!