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Duino! (Duende) 


10 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington, 802-660-9346
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A theatrical theme pervades this international-street-food spot – open 'til 1 a.m. on weekends. Expect dishes from majadra to chalupas; chicken and waffles to tostones.

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$25 Dinner Menu (Eclectic/Fusion)

¡Duino! (Duende) will tour the world during Vermont Restaurant Week. A new menu will be available every night, filled with the freshest, finest first pickings of all the local meats, cheeses and produce from Vermont farmers. Menus will be posted on the ¡Duino! (Duende) Facebook page one day before it is available, served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

Here is the schedule:

April 27/28 - Mediterranean/European cuisine
April 29/30 - South American cuisine/Southern comfort food
May 1/2 - Ethiopian cuisine
May 3/4 - Far East/Asian cuisine

Below are samples from the regular menu at ¡Duino! (Duende), not the Vermont Restaurant Week specials.

Appetizer Options
  • Duende Salad (Vermont)
    Field greens, house-pickled beets  and carrots, goat cheese and roasted walnuts, tossed in our house dressing
  • Tostones (Cuba)
    Hand-cut plantain chips with chipotle aioli and banana ketchup
  • Corn Fritters (Thailand)
    Served with nam prik
Entrée Options
  • Mushroom Burger (Nepal)
    Button-mushroom-and-lentil burger on a challah bun with cranberry mango chutney, pickles, onion and a side salad
  • Chicken & Waffles (USA)
    Fried Misty Knoll Farms chicken atop a fresh waffle with honey butter and herb-cream gravy
  • Dancing Noodles (Korea)
    Sauteed veggies and fried Vermont Soy tofu in sesame ginger sauce, served over rice noodles
Dessert Options
  • Baklava (Mediterranean)
    Honey and nuts layered between phyllo dough
  • Churros (Mexico)
    Freshly made Mexican doughnuts with chocolate sauce
  • Shin Bo Milkshake (Asia)
    Avocado, vanilla ice cream and coconut milk
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