We've teamed up with Duck’N Roll, the street food venture from Michelin-starred chef Pascal Aussignac, to celebrate the launch of their new pitch on Camden Market – and we’re offering 50 per cent off food exclusively to Mr Hyde readers.
Duck is the star of the show. Firmly in the French camp are the “classic” burger topped with Ossau-Iraty cheese, balsamic onions & a spicy tomato sauce, the duck fat fries and a ridiculous foie gras & truffle Burger – the embodiment of south west France.
Spreading wings a little further, Pascal and his team have also created a pulled duck bun topped with BBQ sauce, crispy duck wraps filled with Asian greens & Hoisin sauce and deep-fried “duck” spring rolls with sweet chilli.
Dates: Voucher valid between 20 – 27 October
Location: Duck’N Roll, Unit 312-313, Camden Lock Place, Camden Market, NW1 8AH
Includes: 50 per cent off food at Duck’N Roll Camden
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