Welcome back to the Eater video feature Untouchables. In it, we highlight iconic cult dishes that are practically synonymous with the restaurants that serve them. They are dishes that persist through menu changes, that diners return to again and again, that chefs can't remove for fear of revolt.
We continue today with the dish that had critics and fans buzzing from day one at George Mendes' modern Portuguese restaurant Aldea: the duck rice, or arroz de pato. Above, he explains how it came to be.