Combining French and American cuisine, adding in a bit of Asia, then some Australian influences for good measure, The Naked Duck on Coward Street in Sydney’s Mascot serves up an array of quality food in a laidback, modern environment. A marriage of a French bistro, rotisserie and cafe, at the Naked Duck you will find an array of brunch and lunch options, with speciality duck burgers cooked using a traditional French rotisserie. One of three Naked Ducks in the city, put this feather in your cap if you happen to be in the southern suburbs.
Specialising in succulent cuts of meat slow-roasted to perfection on a French rotisserie, you’ll find a wide range of tasty options at The Naked Duck in Sydney’s Mascot. Start your day off with breakfast – the extensive menu includes a pulled pork Benedict – a meaty take on the classic eggy option, as well as a pulled lamb breakfast served with scrambled eggs, spiced tomato chutney and sourdough bread.
At lunchtime you can create your own plate by selecting your choice of meat and a side to go along with it, but you will also find a menu jam-packed with burgers. Signature options include a twice-cooked pulled pork bun roll, a slow-roasted chicken roll and The Naked Duck burger – a marinated duck patty smothered in the Naked Duck’s special sauce. While The Naked Duck is a carnivore's dream come true, vegetarians will also find a wide range of delicious options available at this Coward Street bistro too. A popular choice for breakfast and lunch in Sydney’s Mascot, making a reservation in advance is recommended.