Easter, how I love you so. After promising to return to Duck Duck Goose as soon as possible after my first visit (read it here), the months drew on as everyone’s work schedules clashed making it difficult to form a proper brunch day outing (was about to insert a comment thanking someone for his sacrifice and making this day possible… but I think it might be best to not quite do that).
We ordered a few dishes to share between the six of us and the conversation began flowing from relationship advice to murmurs of delight as we began stuffing our faces as politely as possible (with the exception of silence from my partner who was so hangry, he was completely silent while devouring his meal).
I won’t say too much about it this time since I’ve already written about it, apart from the fact that it was every bit as good as the first. Thank you to the team at DDG for your kind hospitality, we were treated much too well!!
If you’re in the area, please please do go give these guys a visit. Being a new cafe, they’re absolutely amazing in how they give back to the community such as with KidsCan and Unicef on top of putting in so much hard work, love, and care into this eatery. That’s the kind of business who cares, and that’s the kind of businesses we should be supporting.
P.S. Not sponsored etc all opinions are my own and this is just a lot of genuine love for this cafe and eatery.
Duck Duck Goose | 6/56 Apollo Drive, Rosedale, Auckland | website