Posts Tagged ‘Chef’

By Mark Keane   The Gibson Hotel, located in the Point Village beside the 3Arena, have launched their summer BBQ season. For €25 per person you can chow down on a wide range of delectable barbecue dishes while relaxing in their beautiful indoor courtyard or on their heated terrace while gazing over Dublin Port. The...

By Mark Keane Ranelagh has a bit of everything going for it these days. From gastropubs to fine dining all the way to sushi, there is something for everybody no matter what day of the week you visit.     An Bhialann Everybody loves a bit of surf and turf, it’s a pretty harmonious combination, especially when you’re...

Our friends at Fade St Social are giving you the chance to WIN a €100 gift voucher by answering the easy question below. Fade Street Social is an ambitious project incorporating two restaurants under one roof; The Gastro Bar and The Restaurant, along with a relaxed Winter Garden and Cocktail Bar. Fade Street Social...

By Des Doyle We’ve compiled a list of the women who are at the forefront of Ireland’s culinary scene.   Aoife Barker Head Chef at L’ Gueuleton All rights reserved L’Gueuleton on Fade Street has been serving up classic French bistro food since opening its doors in October 2004. Head Chef Aoife Barker has long been amazing...

By Mark Keane and Manon Gustave Pedro Ferraz, the Head Chef of Wigwam on Abbey Street, sat down with MenuPages to discuss setting up a restaurant in Twisted Pepper’s former home, South American style, and why we should all be eating delicious chicken hearts!   Wigwam has been open for a few months now, how have you...

By Mark Keane With the days being counted down to St. Patrick’s Day, Roz Purcell and The Marker Hotel on Grand Canal Square started the celebrations by turning the hotels iconic chalkboard-style building into a sea of green. The lights were officially turned on today, turning the renowned hotel into a beacon for St....

By Mark Keane How would you feel if your daily meals consisted of bacon squares with freeze dried scrambled eggs, rehydratable mac ’n’ cheese, and rehydratable chocolate pudding? This isn’t the menu of some new restaurant faffing around with molecular cuisine, but what astronauts have had to eat from the Apolla era to...

By Mark Keane Fancy trying some new tasty restaurants this weekend? Are you a kitchen gadget geek? We’ve got all your needs covered with this weeks Bite-Sized news!   New tasty restaurant Pickle on Camden Street All rights reserved No longer do you need to trek to Ananda restaurant in Dundrum Town Centre to get your...

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Harry Bookless, musician for the band Carriages, to talk about his favourite restaurants, guilty pleasure meal, and what food he just cannot stomach!    My first food memory? All rights reserved Kellogg’s Frosties are my first food memory. I remember living on them for the first...

By Mark Keane Madeleines are a classic little French cake, often served at Afternoon Tea. They are easy to make, look beautiful, and taste delicious. You will need to pick up specific Madeleine moulds but they are not expensive and well worth buying.    Lemon Madeleines All rights reserved Ingredients 4 medium...