Chili chicken was pretty good, chicken pakora was good too but unusual, different from the one I am used to
Wasn't impressed with the food
I had visited Duke Dragon 6 months ago under the name of Madurai boat house . At that time the food was good, service was good but the ambience of the place was very dingy and therefore never ever attempted to return back:(( If they want business, they need to do major renovations before they expect people to return to this place!! Sorry:((
The quality of food is not good. I'm not satisfied. I ordered chilli fish,but I don't find fish in it. You will not get the item which you get in other restaurant.
The food and service is good, but be prepared for the old & tired decor.
They got to learn how to put flavour in their food. The food was BLAND and not at all what they promote in advertising their food taste. Will never use them again or recommend them to others.
the food that we had was quite good, but the restaurant is very dark and the restrooms were not great. we got our food to take away
From Our Editors
The aromas of Hakka Chinese spices, Thai chilies, and Indian curries mingle inside Duke Dragon, an eatery dedicated to the cuisines of multiple nations. To pull this off, the restaurant's chefs must wear many hats. At any given moment, they might be sizzling a pan of manchurian fried rice, chopping basil and mango to season Thai-style chicken, or simmering creamy palak paneer. They also whip up meat-free dishes, giving vegetarians access to these exciting international flavours.
With so many options on the table, it would be a shame to taste just one. Try augmenting your meal with an appetizer of stuffed pakoras, deep-fried tiger prawns, or lollipop chicken. The latter dish is served with a length of carefully exposed bone, allowing diners to indulge without getting any sauce on their fingers or retractable claws.