Duck Duck Goat

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )

857 W Fulton Market, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 60607

Serves meat, vegan options available. "Reasonably authentic Chinese cuisine". Vegan options include veggie spring rolls, veggie and peanut crystal skin dumplings, mushroom and leek potstickers, hot and sour soup, tofu noodles salad, house-fermented veggies, pickled cucumber, glass noodles, veggie fried rice, moo shu vegetables, mapo doufu, sichuan potato, garlic pea tips, and green beans in black bean sauce. Menu items are labelled vegan or show which can be made vegan. Dim Sum served Sat and Sun lunch. Open Mon-Thu 4:30pm-10:30pm, Fri 4:30pm-11:30pm, Sat 11:00am-11:30pm, Sun 11:00am-10:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Chinese, Beer/Wine, Delivery, Take-out, Catering, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by makemenervous

upscale vegan - Edit

Separate vegetarian menu with vegan options. Waitstaff was very well aware of any dietary restrictions. They had the most flavorful Asian food I have ever had. This is great for a date night, if you can make reservations ahead of time or you’ll be in for ain’t wait. If you put your name in for a table there is a beercade a few doors down.

Read More

By submitting this post you agree to HappyCow Terms

Great Date Night/Upscale dining for Veg and Vegetarian - Edit

Ask for the vegetarian menu. It’s labeled with vegan options. The Pekan cauliflower and vegan fried rice has me coming back often.

Read More

By submitting this post you agree to HappyCow Terms

Ask for the Vegetarian Menu - Edit

I understand that any Stephanie Izard restaurant is going to be a bit controversial. That being said, she creates some of the best vegan dishes out there. When you arrive, ask for the vegetarian menu. The server will generally ask if you have any dietary restrictions - this is when you let them know you're vegan. The vegetarian menu can make every option on it vegan with the exception of the scallion pancakes (which I find a little odd, because you can get vegan scallion pancakes at the Little Goat).

Everything I have tried has been amazing! So far I've had: the mushroom potstickers, hot & sour soup, house-fermented veggies, moo shu vegetables, and the mapo doufu. Keep in mind that these dishes are meant to be shared family-style so you can rack up a bill pretty quickly. The things I tried were enough to fill up two people - about $30 each. Because of the quality and flavor of these dishes, I personally believe it's worth it.

The place is extravagantly decorated - each section with it's own mini-theme. Great for special occasions or for when you're really craving delicious Chinese food.

I have yet to visit during their Dim Sum hours and haven't ordered carry-out so I can speak for either of those experiences.

This is definitely a place where you have to make reservations in advance or show up the second they open their doors and hope for the best.

Pros: vegan menu, great ambience, nice staff

Read More

By submitting this post you agree to HappyCow Terms

Link to this page from your site. .
Return to Chicago Vegetarian Restaurants & Health Food Store Listings
Business Owners, if you see an unfair review, read this.
Why was my review removed? - details / Review guidelines
Reviews are not endorsed by HappyCow - review terms
Has Duck Duck Goat closed, shut down, moved, or changed? Please use the Update Form.
This page has been viewed 647 times.

Keep HappyCow Growing Strong!

I would like to support