Duck Duck Goat

Row 1

857 W Fulton Market (at Peoria St)
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 902-3825
$ $
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.
  • Vegetarians will love this place! Potstickers and scallion pancakes a must try
  • Sit at the bar, the service is incredible. Everything is meant for sharing. The calamari stuffed with goat sausage is an appetizer not to be missed. Beef & Broccoli and Seafood Fried Rice, also yummy!
  • Coconut cloud, one of the best desserts Ive tried
  • This place is simply delicious
  • Must try starters include pork buns (buns are lighter and fluffier than anything you've had). Dan dan noodles with peanuts are perfect sweet and spicy dish. Finish with chicken for your protein.
  • Great cocktails and the duck fried rice is very tasty.
  • Fun place to take friends who don't make it to the west loop enough. Get the glutenous rice thingies with goat
  • The Mapo doufu was amazing. Nice floral undertone and mouth numbing from peppercorns, not too spicy, great flavor from peppers, pork sausage was a nice touch. Order with a first city, it compliments
  • Shut the front door!!! Everything we ordered was amazing, especially the scallion pancakes and the duck fried rice
  • 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!