This place feels like a cool, laid-back beach restaurant in Australia. In fact, it’s in the bohemian area of Santa Catalina. The owners Juanjo and Ronny are keen surfers and it shows in Duke’s décor and ambience.
Spanish, English and German
The restaurant is small and, given its year-round popularity, it’s a good idea to book. Beware: it can be difficult to find the restaurant as the signage is discreet.
While you may come here for the atmosphere, you will return for the food. It is full of flavour with an innovative mix of ingredients and unique combinations, influenced by cuisine from around the world.
Favourites include the crispy duck and raw vegetable salad, wok dishes, and fish dishes made from the most sustainable fish. They also do a tasty home-made hamburger.
This is a fun place to eat, with a lively atmosphere and very friendly informal staff. The clientele tend to be young and worldly so expect an informal experience.
Duke turns over its tables quite fast so, with lots of bars in the vicinity, eat at Duke and go for a drink elsewhere is probably good advice.
We love… laid-back surf-themed décor and great food.