Partick Duck Club

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Partick Duck Club
27 Hyndland Street, Glasgow, G11 5QF
  • Telephone 0141 334 9909
  • Opening times Mon–Thu 8am–11pm; Fri 8am–midnight; Sat 9am–midnight; Sun 9am–11pm
  • Bar open Sun-Thu 11am–11pm; Fri/Sat 11am–midnight
  • Food served Mon-Sun 8am-10pm.
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Partick Duck Club

From breakfast to dinner and all the wee bits inbetween. this lovely, atmospheric, subtly stylish yet informal restaurant serves specialises in seriously good food and drinks.

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Duck and you’d probably still get hit with duck at the Partick Duck Club – the corner diner which derives its name from 18th-century Glasgow merchants and bankers’ enthusiasm for a riverside bun house specialising in roast … well, you can probably guess what. From duck fat fries done five different ways to duck rillettes, spiced BBQ duck leg in a bun and 12-hour duck leg with crispy duck egg, the waterfowl is well and truly cooked in the open kitchen here. But that’s by no means to say that the food offering, which is expansive and wide-ranging enough to offer everything from a lazy hungover all-day brunch to a smart three-course meal, is a one-note affair. Fresh and tasty smoked mackerel pâté with radish, shallot and lemon on sourdough toast from Freedom Bakery could serve as a starter or just as a snack with a glass of wine. So tender it shreds easily on the fork, the 12-hour duck leg proves that they really do know how to handle their menu staple. With newly added outdoor seating almost doubling capacity in good weather, people will be flocking to the Duck Club in even greater numbers.

The List's rating






Malcolm Jack visited Partick Duck Club on 13 March 2019
  • High point: It would have to be the duck really, wouldn't it?
  • Low point: A wider range of beers wouldn’t go amiss
  • Notable dish: 12-hour duck leg, crispy duck egg, pomegranate mayo, coriander and pickled cabbage
  • Average price: £20 (lunch); £20 (dinner)
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Laid-back mellow soul
  • Capacity: 40 (30 outdoors)
  • Largest group: 40
  • Open since: 2017
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 10
  • House wine: £18.95 per bottle

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