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Trendy London seafood restaurant has stuffed DUCK NECK with turnips and lentils on its menu for £18… as social media users say ‘no that’s too much’

  • Westerns Laundry, in Highbury, revealed the creation on Instagram on Thursday
  • Image showed duck’s head and neck on plate with piece of string tied around it
  • Featured on menu alongside  mackerel, smoked eel, pollock and cuttlefish










A trendy North London seafood restaurant has ruffled feathers online after posting an image of its latest dish – stuffed duck neck.

Chefs at Westerns Laundry, in Highbury, which has received rave reviews for its up-market dishes, startled Instagram users on Thursday when they revealed the £18 creation.

An image showed a duck’s head and neck on a plate, with a caption describing it as having been stuffed with turnips and lentils.

A trendy North London seafood restaurant has ruffled feathers online after posting an image of its latest dish - stuffed duck neck. Chefs at Westerns Laundry, in Highbury, which has received rave reviews for its up-market dishes, startled Instagram users on Thursday when they revealed the £18 creation

A trendy North London seafood restaurant has ruffled feathers online after posting an image of its latest dish – stuffed duck neck. Chefs at Westerns Laundry, in Highbury, which has received rave reviews for its up-market dishes, startled Instagram users on Thursday when they revealed the £18 creation

A separate photo listed the price of the dish on a menu which also featured mackerel, smoked eel, pollock and cuttlefish creations.

Reacting to the post, one shocked Instagram user wrote: ‘No that is too much’. However, others were more enamoured with the culinary experiment, with one chef simply saying ‘Yum’.

The duck dish was the third most expensive of the ones listed on Thursday’s menu, with the priciest being ‘duck breast, pommes anna, cabbage and bacon’ at £26.

A separate photo listed the price of the dish on a menu which also featured mackerel, smoked eel, pollock and cuttlefish creations

A separate photo listed the price of the dish on a menu which also featured mackerel, smoked eel, pollock and cuttlefish creations

The second most expensive option was ‘pollock, three cornered leeks and mash’ at £24.

The restaurant, which opened in 2017, was positively reviewed in The Guardian by well-known critic Jay Rayner, who said the venue was a ‘class act’ and described it as a ‘smart, skilled kitchen with some tables attached’.

However, Mr Rayner did also take aim at the allegedly expensive wine list. A menu on the venue’s Instagram page showed prices for a bottle ranged from £27 to £72.

The restaurant, which opened in 2017, was positively reviewed by well-known critic Jay Rayner

The restaurant, which opened in 2017, was positively reviewed by well-known critic Jay Rayner

Mr Rayner did also take aim at the allegedly expensive wine list. A menu on the venue's Instagram page showed prices for a bottle ranged from £27 to £72

Mr Rayner did also take aim at the allegedly expensive wine list. A menu on the venue’s Instagram page showed prices for a bottle ranged from £27 to £72

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