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  • Taste Rustic Stone 2 Course Lunch for 2 people with Tea/Coffee from Dylan McGrath for just €24! - SOLD OUT - TheTaste.ie
    on Sat Sun 1pm 4pm McGrath has put flashes of brilliance into his new venture CATHERINE CLEARY The Irish Times I suspect if no mention were made of the health benefits of these dishes we would all be raving about the clever couture chef turned high street style icon ROSS GOLDEN BANNON The Sunday Business Post Deal expired Rustic Stone 17 S Great George s St Dublin 2 www rusticstone ie Terms Condition Terms Condition Voucher valid until 30th October 2014 Offer valid 7 days Lunch is served from 12pm 2 30pm Mon to Fri and 1pm 4pm on Sat Sun Available on the set menu only Advance booking required by calling restaurant give your name and telling them you have purchased from TheTaste ie Ticket must be printed presented to restaurant on the day Overspend paid to restaurant Voucher subject to availability Multiple vouchers may be purchased for yourself or as gifts Close You may also like Cleaver East 2 Course Lunch for 2 only 29 95 by Michelin Star Chef Oliver Dunne 28 Nov 2014 Gourmet Food Parlour 2 Bottle Gift Set for only 35 19 Nov 2014 Dine in style this Christmas at Gourmet Food Parlour from only 40 available in Malahide Swords Dun Laoghaire 20 Nov 2014 Follow Next story Golden Brown Wins Best Cocktail in the Dublin Cocktail Festival Previous story The Vintage Kitchen nothing but quality Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste

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  • Fade Street Social Offer September | TheTaste.ie
    over 30pp plus a bottle of wine valued at 40 the value of this offer is over 100 Advance booking required you must mention TheTaste ie Voucher at the time of booking Voucher must be printed and any overspend paid directly to the restaurant on the night Voucher subject to availability Multiple vouchers may be purchased for yourself or as a gift This offer cannot be combined with any other offer Deal expired Fade Street Social by Dylan McGrath Fade Street Social 4 Fade Street Dublin 2 www fadestreetsocial com Terms Condition Terms Condition Voucher is valid until 30th November 2014 Voucher valid Sunday through Thursday nights Max of 2 Tapas 1 each can be ordered from the Grill Charred menu Tapas tasting includes 4 Tapas dishes each normally over 30pp plus a bottle of wine valued at 40 the value of this offer is over 100 Advance booking required you must mention TheTaste ie Voucher at the time of booking Voucher must be printed and any overspend paid directly to the restaurant on the night Voucher subject to availability Multiple vouchers may be purchased for yourself or as a gift This offer cannot be combined with any other offer Close Tags Dublin 2 Dylan McGrath Fade Street Social MasterChef Restaurant You may also like Cleaver East 2 Course Lunch for 2 only 29 95 by Michelin Star Chef Oliver Dunne 28 Nov 2014 To celebrate the opening of the new Bar above Rustic Stone Dylan is offering 4 delicious cocktails for only 20 29 Nov 2014 Gourmet Food Parlour Hamper Collection from 45 18 Nov 2014 Follow Next story Win brunch for 2 at Odessa Club Closed Previous story Win a Santa s Sack of Christmas Treats Closed Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent

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  • Overview – Restaurant 1826 Adare, Co. Limerick - TheTaste.ie
    I could just ask for a recipe but the baker instinct in me likes to figure it out for myself The restaurant offers casual and hearty dining without being overwhelming Wade s menu reflects his use of seasonal top quality Irish produce from County Limerick and beyond with a nod to his classical training with modern twists The following is what we enjoyed on the evening of our visit Starter Brown Bread Baked Scallops in the Shell Air Dried Connemara Ham Soft Herb Crust Warm Chicken Livers Pickles Piccalilli Aioli Springfield Greens Main Breast of Thornhill Duck Elderflower Poached Cherries Pickled Carrots Roast Duck Jus Main Specials Fish Pie Crab Mussels Scallops Hake and Salmon in white wine and cream sauce topped with an egg cooked for 13 minutes at 75 C Citrus Créme Fraiche Brûlée with Raspberry Sorbet This is another restaurant to put down on your must visit lists and I have no hesitation in recommending it to others where a warm welcome good atmosphere and great food awaits you Continued success to Wade Elaine and the Staff We will certainly be back and thank you for a lovely evening Story Photos by Colette Cunningham http cakesbakesandotherbits com Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like December Wines to try by Richie Magnier 1 Dec 2014 Belonging in Dublin s Creative Quarter 18 Aug 2014 Listowel Food Fair To whet your appetite 10 Oct 2014 Follow Next story The Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge Previous story Sushi a newfound love Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News

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  • Amuse - A diamond in the rough - TheTaste.ie
    as Amuse has received nothing but rave reviews from diners and critics Their style is simple They ve done away with the a la carte menu altogether Amuse serve either a 5 or 7 course tasting menu as well as a 2 or 3 course set menu Their food is distinctly French but with a lot of Asian influence The menus may be small but they showcase distinct flavours and an undeniable creativity on Dempsey s part Despite the rocky ground it sits on Amuse has clearly found a winning recipe Quite literally receiving naught but excellent reviews Amuse is certainly the next place that should be on your list for an evening out in Dublin Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Amuse Restaurant Dublin You may also like Dublin Whiskey Company to Create 30 jobs with 10m Investment 1 Sep 2014 Liquorice Poached Pears with Blackberries Star Anise Ice Cream by Niamh Mannion 3 Nov 2014 The Chophouse Review by Robert Jacob 2 Feb 2015 Follow Next story In praise of Italian whites Previous story The Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland s top foodie hotspots and share our journey with you We will bring the latest news reviews offers competitions to you on a weekly basis If you love good food

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  • Craft Beer Industry Report - TheTaste.ie
    four years ago the Irish Craft Beer Festival has seen a 300 increase in both brewers and attendees with over 11 000 people coming through the festival doors last year This rise in craft brew consumption is seeing demand starting to outstrip supply of certain craft brews This issue of supply looks like it may continue as due to economic and tax reasons craft breweries produce less than 20 000 hectolitres per annum Nevertheless this limited production means that brewers can spend more time crafting beverages that they are passionate about Craft brewers work with many regional organic farmers and enterprises sourcing local ingredients and stockists for their product It truly is a collaborative Irish industry The heritage and history of Ireland is also reflected in the names of breweries like 5 Lamps Franciscan Well Galway Hooker as well as the moniker of their brews Names such as Blarney Blonde Tom Crean s Lager and Brainblasta give a nod to our nation s rich and varied culture The Irish craft beer industry truly is a local enterprise and a very creative one at that bringing something new and exciting to its growing fan base and one that looks like it will continue to grow for the foreseeable future and that is something we should all drink to Slainte Melanie May From dish pig to waitress from 5 star hotels to traditional Irish pubs Melanie has played many culinary roles in various food establishments She has worked and eaten her way across 35 countries over five continents documenting every mouthful via blogs emails home and photographs Her wanderlust has broadened her taste buds and made her very adventurous when it comes to trying food nothing is too weird or crazy for her to shove in her mouth When not writing for

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  • Vintage Cocktail Club - TheTaste.ie
    the Dirty Wizard certainly lives up to expectation Although my own personal favourite would have to the The Moscow Mule served in a copper mug Although renowned for it s award winning cocktails the VCC also serves delicious plates of food to compliment any beverage The Charcuterie Board for two with Cured meats smoked salmon whole grain mustard plum chutney mixed olives cheese and mixed bread is a delicious snack to share and very reasonably priced at 13 However only a fool would pass a chance to sample the chicken wings with mustard and chipotle pepper glaze ricotta cheese some of the best in town If you haven t visited the famous black door then your missing out and if you have well you ll definitely be back http vintagecocktailclub com Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Being healthy doesn t have to be bland at Balfes 6 Jan 2015 Four different styles of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc by Frankly Wines 2 Feb 2015 Two top Irish chefs encourage others to tear up TripAdvisor award certs 12 Aug 2014 Follow Next story Brown Paper Bag Project Wins Big at Global Craft Beers Awards Previous story Teeling Whiskey Breaks Ground on New Dublin Distillery Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland s top foodie hotspots and share our

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  • Dublin’s alternative brunch scene - TheTaste.ie
    01 475 9003 whitefriargrill ie Bibi s Café Bibi s is a charming little neighbourhood café in Portobello They change their menu constantly using the freshest ingredients available With choices like strawberries on French toast with vanilla crème fraiche caramelised hazelnuts and apple syrup as well as roast butternut squash poached eggs and garlic yoghurt it s easy to see why this little foodie café is quickly becoming a brunch mecca for Dubliners Bibi s is open for brunch on the weekends from 10 to 5 01 454 7421 bibis ie Coppinger Row Coppinger Row is one of Dublin s most well loved little restaurants They serve simple food and they do it really well They do brunch from 12 30 to 4 on Sundays with plenty of the classics you love plus a few of their most popular dishes like their open meatball sandwich and their grilled sausages Once you finish they re perfectly located to have a stroll around town 01 672 9884 coppingerrow com Fade Street Social Fade Street Social is many things a restaurant a gastro bar and a cocktail bar all in one On Sundays they change things up with their Sunday baby roast menu They ve recreated a traditional Sunday roast using tapas size portions and giving them a little twist Add in a couple of cocktails from the bar upstairs and you re set for the afternoon Sunday roast in Fade Street Social is available from 12 30 through dinner 777 The Mexican restaurant might not seem like a typical brunch spot but they do something special on Sundays The Seventh Day menu from 2 to 10pm boasts special Sunday cocktails and seven brunch dishes for 7 77 If you can survive it the specials last into the night with a further seven dinner dishes for the special price and 70 s disco music to keep you on your feet They re known for their margaritas so Sunday might quickly become the booziest day of your week with them 01 425 4052 777 ie The Brasserie at the Marker Hotel The Marker Hotel brings to Dublin the newest continental dining craze Le Drunch A combination of brunch and dinner Le Drunch gives you the chance to sleep in and still enjoy a Sunday of eating They encourage you to misbehave just a little bit with a tempting menu full of comfort foods and little irresistible bites as well as plenty of drinks from healthy smoothies to classic cocktails They have private booths available to book and a DJ to keep it all going throughout the lazy afternoon but we d recommend that you book ahead of time Le Drunch runs every Sunday from 2 to 5 01 687 5193 markerhoteldublin com Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Santa s Favourite Tipple by Robert Jacob 23 Dec 2014 New Year New You by Nick Munier 2 Jan 2015 Sherry a forgotten taste by Vine Inspiration 2 Feb 2015 Follow Next story

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  • Sushi, a newfound love - TheTaste.ie
    2013 Touted by critics as simply outstanding they were one of the first true sushi joints in Dublin with the creative Japanese rolls we re all just recently falling for Michiesushi com Musashi Musashi is one of Dublin s tiniest gems Situated on Capel Street it s a little sushi and noodle joint that is utterly dedicated to freshness They gained quick success within their neighbourhood offering some of Ireland s finest sushi at exceptionally affordable prices Since demand was high they ve opened up in the IFSC and are able to host larger groups never sacrificing flavour and freshness Musashidublin com Banyi Banyi is tucked away in Temple Bar just hidden down Bedford Row which provides some protection from the brashness of the tourist hotspot With wide acclaim from locals and tourists lucky enough to stumble across it Banyi has one of the largest sushi roll nigiri and sashimi menus of all the current hotspots Banyijapanesedining com What do all these little gems have in common They re responsible for introducing the traditional Japanese sushi techniques to Ireland We may have fallen in love with sushi a little bit later than some other countries but now we re hooked Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Overview Restaurant 1826 Adare Co Limerick 8 Sep 2014 Scholars Townhouse Hotel and Restaurant Review by Colette Cunningham 12 Jan 2015 Creamy Celeriac Soup with Waldorf Garnish 23 Oct 2014 Follow Next story Overview Restaurant 1826 Adare Co Limerick Previous story Dublin s alternative brunch scene Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday

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