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Duck & Dumpling - 57 Reviews - 222 S Blount St, Raleigh, NC - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (919) 838-0085

Duck & Dumpling

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222 S Blount St
Raleigh, NC 27601
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(919) 838-0085
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The food here is outstanding, I have eaten here a number of times and never hesitate to go back. I can't say enough about the fried rice.

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From a favorite restaurant to the most despised in Raleigh, all it took was a series of unfortunate events. Dining here on my birthday, the bartender offered a free bottle of win...

Great Gourmet Chinese... 8/5/2005

but needs bolder flavors. The very likeable Chef David does a great job of presenting gourmet Chinese dishes, like the handmade shrimp and pork dumplings, moo shoo duck with hand-made wrappers, tender lamb, etc. However, the dishes lack the bold Chinese flavors that I hoped to find there. Traditional Chinese has wonderful flavors of five-spice, salty black beans, chili, sesame oil, ginger, sweet&sour, hot&sour, etc. but I did not find those exciting flavors here. My favorites were the dumplings and moo shoo duck. I'll return for more, but I hope to find more flavor next time. Pao Lim in Durham offers stiff competition with bolder flavors. more

Dumplings YUM ... like the names states. 7/12/2005

Wonderful dumplings a must if you try this restaurant out. It has a contemporary feel with lots of reds and fantastic bar. Its a great place for lunch if you are in a hurry and trying to spend less than $10 per entrée. The edamame hummus appetizer is to die for, another great eat! If you are a smoker however, I suggest smoking before entering because its non-smoking. more
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Owner Message

  • Long before Fayetteville Street reopened and Hargett Street reawakened, The Duck & Dumpling was a favorite for busy executives at lunch, pre-theater crowds for dinner and romantic first dates that lingered until closing. The Duck was a catalyst for a new era of dining in downtown Raleigh in 2002 when Chef David Mao brought his contemporary spin on Chinese-Vietnamese home cooking. Now that Chef David has retired, his favorite recipes have been handed down to a new generation of Asian chef.

    Chef James Yott Boyle has taken over in the kitchen, cooking not only The Duck favorites, but also his mother's traditional Thai recipes that he's tweaked with his own Asian style. With a new downtown, we hope you enjoy the new Duck & Dumpling.

Editorial

  • In Short
    This downtown addition is cosmopolitan in style and decor, with beautiful mahogany wood paneling enhanced by warm red lighting. Classic jazz plays in the background, tables are...

  • 7/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon. - Fri. 11:30am - 2:30pm;Sat. 5pm - 11pm;Sun. CLOSED
  • Payments:

    Visa, American Express, Master Card, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central

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