Kwackers Sports Bar has landed at Westquay - and here is a sneak peak at what it will look like ahead of the grand opening.

Famous for its duck-orientated menu, the Southampton-based street food champion will open the sports bar to the public tonight with a menu packed full of burgers, wings and Asian plates.

The new bar's vision is to become a hub for Saints and sports fans alike to watch all the major sporting events.

Daily Echo: The bar has a large array of draught beerThe bar has a large array of draught beer (Image: NQ)The layout is very open, with many different screens – so wherever you are sat you can’t miss the sporting action.

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Co-founder of Kwackers, Himat Bhakar, 44, said: “Everything has gone fantastically, the sports bar has turned out so much better than we could have ever wished for.

“I want to say a huge thank you to all the friends and family that have been instrumental in pulling this place together.

“The people are loving it. They tell me they love the bar, restaurant and the food has been so well received – I can’t wait to welcome customers through the door.”

Daily Echo: The bar has boots with private tablesThe bar has boots with private tables (Image: NQ)Kwackers started out life as a food truck serving festival-goers at Boomtown, Rewind Festival and Glastonbury.

Himat and his team then expanded the business in 2020 and moved upstairs to a spot in the food hall in Westquay before opening this latest venture.

The restaurant site was previously occupied by Byron Burgers and Kwackers has repurposed much of the old Byron equipment, in an effort to be as sustainable as possible.

Daily Echo: The sports bar has a huge number of tablesThe sports bar has a huge number of tables (Image: NQ)The new bar has a much increased menu, including the all-new duck smash burger which comes with asian slaw, hoisin sauce and spring onion.

Rice bowls on offer include fan wan, katsu curry, Toyko katsu (the addition of house fries with rice), and poke bowls.

Customers can choose from a variety of protein options, from the expected duck to chicken, prawn and vegan mock duck and chicken.

Sides include dirty fries and bigger 'loaded' fries, along with chicken wings and other asian-inspired small plates.

Rice bowls range from £11.95 to £15.95, with burgers starting at £8.95 and fries starting at £3.45.

The grand opening is at 2pm.

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