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Duck Soup Inn is a rustic island restaurant serving Pacific Northwest cuisine. We hope to offer you a sense of place by showcasing the bounty of the islands we are blessed to call home. From local farm produce, meat and seafood, foraged edibles from land and sea, and local goods made from island crafts people, the abundance and beauty of the San Juan's is on full display. We offer you adventures in island dining through fresh, seasonal, inspired cuisine, delightful wines, and creative cocktails served in a cozy cabin in the woods. The restaurant has received enthusiastic attention from various publications including Bon Appétit, Pacific Northwest Magazine, Seattle Met, Seattle Times, Gourmet,…
We loved our dinner at this restaurant. It’s a combo of the ambiance due to its setting, the service which was impeccable and lastly the food which was solid but nothing wow. I was kind of expecting wow based on other reviews but it isn’t...More
It's been decades (yes, really) since we first ate at Duck Soup Inn - a shame. But we're planning rectifying that omission whenever we're in town.
Food was superb - the scallops were perfection (my meal) - and my three companions also raved about their...More
We wanted to like this restaurant. The ambience is cute and the menu is eclectic.
Service was fine, food was fine. But nothing was outstanding or delicious. They moved us through there in an hour. We had to spend $40 round trip on a taxi...More
This was the only dinner reservation I made for our trip to San Juan Island and we were not disappointed The restaurant itself is adorable. Not too rustic and much nicer in person than the pictures on the website portray. We had a lovely server...More
Charming ambience on covered patio. Pretty good service from waiter on his first day. Gorgeous little open air patio/garden. Best dish: steelhead fish cakes with aïoli—5 stars. Sister enjoyed her sun-dried tomato manicotti—4 stars. Shrimp dish featured small, slightly over cooked dry shrimp. Supposedly with...More
Good service, promptly seated, nice decor. the Salmon was outstanding, nicely prepared and the dill sause was a great compliment. The lamb was a little overcooked (med rare ordered), but still tasty with the sauce, but the coucous left a lot to be desired for...More
Went with large group (~18) and we sat al fresco in the garden area. Ambiance and service are first rate but a couple of our guests were a little underwhelmed by the quality of the cooking of the main course meats (especially the lamb). With...More
We stumbled upon this place, and had a surprisingly memorable experience. I tried a cocktail with beet juice and egg whites just to be adventurous. No regrets. Frothy goodness down to the last drop. Also in the spirit of the muppets swedish chef, with confusing...More
Wonderfully sourced and prepared cuisine and extremely popular even if its "hidden" away in the middle of an island and you do need transportation to get there. Its all about the Food & Ambiance. But, service is slow, spotty, and scare at times--yes there is...More
Response from Paulsue222 | Reviewed this property |
There is a smaller front room and a rear room that sits about 25 people or so. They are very busy so I would just give them a call. The food is excellent but you will need to set it up soon as they are a high demand local... More
There is a smaller front room and a rear room that sits about 25 people or so. They are very busy so I would just give them a call. The food is excellent but you will need to set it up soon as they are a high demand local. Good luck.....Paul
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