These aren’t normal chicken fingers coming from the takeout window at Duck Duck Goat. Taiwanese fried chicken is among the 14 items at Duck Duck Ta’Go, which opened at 11 a.m. today on Fulton Market. The window is part of chef Stephanie Izard’s bustling Chinese-inspired restaurant that opened in March.
The restaurant describes the fried chicken as crispy-spiced strips with a choice of three dipping sauces: Sesame horseradish, hot mustard aioli and Sichuan ranch. Izard has taken liberties with a few Chinese street food favorites. Take the shrimp toast sandwich. The kitchen griddles bread from Izard’s Little Goat Bakery on Randolph Street and serves it with shrimp mousse and fermented veggies. The latter is a popular ingredient found in several dishes at the Little Goat.
The menu also features rou jia mo, a type of open-faced bao featuring twice-cooked pork belly, pickled cucumber and slaw. A vegetarian version is also available.
Not mentioned on the menu are the dumplings. Izard’s camp said they’ll have a rotating selection filled with different stuffings. Read the full menu below, and get in line: Duck Duck Goat Ta’Go opens today.