What to Eat at Decoy, Now Serving Peking Duck Below RedFarm

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The Peking duck dinner. Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev

Ed Schoenfeld quietly opened Decoy below RedFarm on Hudson back in December, but last night, he finally began serving the restaurant's signature large-format Peking duck. There will only be 24 ducks served per evening — at $65 per head — but Schoenfeld will accept reservations up to one month in advance. The family-style duck dinner includes homemade pickles, chips, pancakes, sauces, and "duck-consommé shots," and the number of small plates and sides varies depending on the size of the group. There are plenty of snacks and cocktails available, too: oxtail dumplings, aged Manhattans, and Katz's pastrami triangles. Take a look at the food and the menus, straight ahead.

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Oxtail dumplings.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev

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Decoy chips.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev


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Sweet-and-sour shrimp.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev


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Jamaican-Chinese-style jerk baby chicken, corn, and Brussels sprouts.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev


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Foie-gras-and-strawberry tarts.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev


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Crème designed the space.Photo: Konstantin Sergeyev

Decoy, 529 1/2 Hudson St., 212-691-9700

Drinks [PDF]

Dinner for two, three, and four [PDF]

To reserve: Call between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, or email decoy@redfarmnyc.com.