Duck and Rice


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.

The menu here is vast, and stretches to include all manner of snacks, curries, duck and dim sum treats. Come for Kung Po chicken or helpings of crispy shredded beef, with the focus falling on dim sum plates for brunch at the weekend.

Duck and Rice serves premium lagers, ales, ciders and stouts, with a Pilsner Urquell  coming to tap via the four on-site gleaming copper tanks. Open seven days a week, Yau’s newest opening fuses British and Asian influences to create a fresh concept to boost Soho’s already thriving food and drink scene.


  • Happily Affordable ££
  • No Door Charge
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 23:30
Tuesday 12:00 23:30
Wednesday 12:00 23:30
Thursday 12:00 23:30
Friday 12:00 0:00
Saturday 12:00 0:00
Sunday 12:00 22:30



Duck and Rice, 90, Berwick Street, W1F 0QB



Nearest Station

Tottenham Court Road (Tube)


  • A word from the chef:

    Expect good quality, Chinese street style food in a typical pub setting.

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