Black Duck Garden
Black Duck Garden is the first Greek bistrot to be created at the Museum of the City of Athens and is the little brother of the Black Duck located just below Clafthmonos Square. Black Duck Garden stands out from the rest of Athens, both for its space, its aesthetics and its services to the public, as well as for its historical significance as it is housed in the first residence of Othon and Amalia, and a palm tree in the green yard, it has started as a seed planted by Queen Amalia herself.
At Black Duck Garden in Athens you can start a separate meal with male creamy shellfish, otherwise with poached eggs or smoked pork chops with vegetables and mustard or even with oat shrimp prepared with coconut milk and fresh coriander or even of day ceviche with lime juice and shaggy, radish and onions. Along with your appetizer at Black Duck Garden you can also enjoy the tasty salad with roasted cauliflower, couscous, hazelnut and verde sauce. Next, the two choices are rib eye with beurre noisette puree and chives as well as the sea bass fillet with Jerusalem artichoke, herb pickle, roasted onion and black garlic oil.
And the moments of happiness for your palate at Black Duck Garden don't stop there. There's the sweet! Feel free to try the Black Duck Cream Brulee with biscuit, chocolate ganache, smoked salt and pink pepper ... Let the flavors of Black Duck Garden roam your mouth and stroll along with them in this culinary fairytale!