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I’m looking forward to this coming Friday’s Guerrilla Gourmet Club, described as a “one night only popup autumn harvest dinner”, when I’ll have some of the season’s best ingredients cooked in suitably elaborate style. The dinner takes place in the The Royal College of Surgeons at 7pm, Friday 15 November, when they will serve a menu created by Ross Golden-Bannon (my ex-editor, formerly of FOOD&WINE Magazine) and Temple Garner of San Lorenzo in Dublin’s Georges Street (formerly head chef at The Mermaid Café and head chef/founder of Town Bar and Grill). I love Temple’s cooking. It is full of big generous flavours and executed with subtle skill. Perfect for the generously flavoured ingredients of this time of year… Read the rest of this entry
I went to The Sugar Club for my dinner last night. Not your usual venue for a three course meal, served on white linen with separate cutlery for each course and matching wines. I went because I was curious, which … Read the rest of this entry
WHAT? West restaurant from The Twelve in Bearna, Co Galway, visit Dublin for a pop-up restaurant. Expect some real treats from the west coast of Ireland, including James McGeough’s sublime air-dried lamb, and Galway Bay scallops (diver-caught by the hotel’s GM Fergus O’Halloran) served with sea vegetables picked from the seashore just minutes from the hotel.
WHEN? Tuesday 12 April Read the rest of this entry
there’s a Crackbird taken up residence on Crane Lane in Dublin 2. Yes, that’s the shady side street off Dame Street (itself now a shadier place since the lights went out in The Mermaid Café and its lil’ sister Gruel).
But this Crackbird I speak of: the important thing is that she mightn’t be there for very long, maybe just a matter of weeks (12 to be exact) so if you want to check her out you’ll need to make it snappy. Read the rest of this entry