Monsieur Le Duck to open in Clerkenwell

By James McAllister

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pop-up restaurant Monsieur Le Duck to open in Clerkenwell.

Related tags: French cuisine, Casual dining

Pop-up restaurant Monsieur Le Duck is to open what it hopes to be a permanent home in Clerkenwell.

Spread over two floors with a private bar and function area, the 80-cover restaurant will open on 9 May, six days after its pop-up premises in Spitalfields closes.

Menu options will carry over from the Spitalfields site, with diners able to choose from duck confit, duck magret breast and duck burger mains.

New options will include duck wellington, duck steak baguette and moules marinière. In addition, a selection of small plates will appear on the menu, including duck rillettes with bread, cornichons and jam; confit duck croquettes with chilli mayo or truffle; and confit duck wings on celeriac remoulade.

A French-inspired cocktail list will also be available. This will include aperitifs such as Pousse Rapière (orange and armagnac liqueur blended with vin sauvage); house specials like French tonique (gin mixed with Chambord, elderflower, liqueur and tonic); and a digestif list.

Inspired by the douceur de vivre​ of Gascony, which translates as “sweetness of living” and relates to a leisurely and rustic lifestyle, Monsieur Le Duck promotes itself as bringing the food and wine of South-West France to London.

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