Time Out says: Echoing the venue’s name, the look here is raw, though it’s no ugly duckling. The thin strip of a space is flanked on one side by a poured concrete counter, and on the other by matching concrete tables meant for sharing. Friendly staff and old vinyl spinning at the back give the place a comfortably casual feel. read more
The Nudge says: With pared back decor using unvarnished wood and concrete, the space is every bit as clean as the eating. Here, there’s a strong focus on pickles, ferments and salts, with a particularly potent offering of drinking vinegars and seasonal kombuchas, like sweet spiced quince kefir water and hot cider vinegar with heather honey. read more
Suitcase Magazine says: Clare Lattin (owner) and Tom Hill (executive chef) celebrate simple, seasonal food in their constantly shifting menus. They overflow with colourful, comforting dishes which hum with the memories of their travels around the Mediterranean, the Middle East and South East Asia. On Rawduck’s brunch menu, hiitake dashi with poached eggs and tarka dhal huddles up beside labneh with grilled aubergines. read more
London On The Inside says: Raw Duck located in the depths of Hackney Central. The wine shop come bar is the perfect place to grab a bite or two, sip on coffee and hang with the cool kids. We went down to sample the brunch from the particularly grown-up menu. read more
The Independent says: Raw Duck is the sister restaurant of Soho's Duck Soup, only it's bigger, bolder and a lot more raw...Now it has reopened in new premises hard by London Fields, looking like the canteen of a brutalist architectural practice. The walls and ceiling are fashioned from monumental slabs of poured concrete and the furnishings. read more




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