Little Duck Diner

Little Duck Diner

It’s a rainy Sunday here in Savannah. We decided to try the Little Duck Diner after church for lunch today. We ran across it a whole back and have been meaning to try it out.

We’re glad we did!

The rain was really coming down. Not perfect when you have a 20-25 minute wait for your table! Thankfully we stayed pretty dry.

Hooray! We made it inside! What a pretty place!

I opted for the Fancy Shmancy Grilled Cheese. It sure was cheesy! (Gruyere, cheddar, and Havarti.)  It didn’t have the artisan bread I expected, but it was still good. The fries were hot and crispy.

The tomato soup, however, stole the show!

Goat cheese crumbles, y’all!!! This soup was WAY better than I expected. Rich. Really flavorful. I’d love to have their recipe!

PERFECT for a cool, rainy day!

Gene got a breakfast plate, and he enjoyed it. He said it was seasoned well and was a solid, good meal. Cassandra got the California grilled cheese: avocado, grilled chicken, pesto, and cheese. The chicken slices were nice and thick! She said it was good. Next time she’ll ask them to add a little mayonnaise.

There are SO many items I still want to try! On my list: Duck Grilled Cheese, coffee milkshake, Crab Cake Burger, several of their Bowls, and the Risotto Stacker…just to name a few!

Give the Little Duck Diner a try the next time you’re in Savannah!  Check out their menu HERE.

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4 thoughts on “Little Duck Diner

  1. This sounds yummy! I love my grilled cheese with unmelted cheese however! I puke get the same thing Cassandra got but ask them to leave my cheese on the side so I could add it cold. 🙂

  2. What a pretty place. Hope you guys didn’t catch a cold waiting to be seated.

    Gruyere is a grilled cheese. Be still my heart. When I was a little girl, my mom would send little triangles of foil-wrapped gruyere in our school lunches. Everyone else ate sandwiches! Ha! We were weirdos but had the best lunches.

    Very pretty post, Michael Ann!!

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