The Duck Room

Bowen Hills

THE DUCK ROOM HAS CLOSED PERMANENTLY IN 2019.

The Duck Room is a stylish eatery with a duck-focussed menu within the glamorous Mercado food emporium in Bowen Hills.

Paying homage to the delectable flavours of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan, The Duck Room offers a range of delectable dishes designed to share.

The Duck Room, Mercado, Bowen Hills

On the menu you'll find choices such as roasted duck and miso soup with shiitake mushrooms and coriander, the Mercado smoked duck nigiri - dry-aged for seven days w/ yuzu glaze and torched foie gras
and Mercado signature roasted duck - dry-aged for seven days and served with cooking juices.

The Duck Room, Mercado, Bowen Hills

In addition, there's Cheong Fun (cantonese inspired rice noodle rolls) including northern Qld king prawn, Mooloolaba tuna, WA scampi, free-range pork char-sui and broccoliin in truffle soy.

Other delicacies include house-processed scampi pearls with smoked Hiramasa kingfish belly tartare, Borrowdale free-range pork char-sui, and, from the live tank - chargrilled king island lobster and szechuan mud crab.

Nice to know - You can also order a 'Taste of the Duck Room' menu, with a selection of dishes to share for 2 or more people.

By Deb Lidster

The Duck Room

Mercado

3/30 King St

Bowen Hills

Opening hours

3112 7168

Map

30 King St Bowen Hills

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