Posts Tagged ‘Irish’

By Mark Keane One of Dublin’s best kept secrets, Jinny Joe’s ice cream parlour in Crumlin, has set up a new shop in The Bull Ring Market at Meath Street. The ice cream tubs come in a few different sizes, which you can then pimp out with three toppings and syrup. You can of course go wild and add more toppings at 50...

By Mark Keane Alan Higgins, the Head Chef of Nautilus in Malahide, sat down with MenuPages to discuss the restaurant’s long awaited re-opening, the key to a perfect dessert, and how to cook a tasty Christmas dinner with none of the stress. Nautilus has been closed for around 6 months due to a fire, what does it mean...

  Text and Photos by Manon Gustave If you needed any further proof of Dublin’s ever-evolving restaurant renaissance, Camden Street is it.  Between Kebabs, Bib Gourmanders,  pizzerias and hipster-burger joints appears the always popular Frite Haus. The friendly Frite Haus team offer many Belgian edible delights and...

Christmas Coffee You need: 1⁄2 cup granulated sugar 1⁄4 cup unsweetened cocoa 1⁄4 teaspoon cinnamon (or cardamom) 1⁄3 cup water whipped cream, for garnish milk, for serving sugar, for serving Let’s cook! 1.Over medium heat, boil sugar, cocoa, cinnamon and water for 1 minute, stirring frequently. Add to coffee, stir...

By Manon Gustave As you know, Christmas is coming very fast, it is time to do the last shopping before the big day. Even if you know your Aunt Susan is happy with the usual scarf, your brother Richie is harder to please… Until you remember his passion for cooking! At Menupages we know that a cookbook is much...

By Mark Keane This coming weekend, starting at 5pm Friday, The Bernard Shaw in Portobello, will be hosting the Jameson Black Barrel Craft Market in association with Bodytonic. The event will celebrate Irish craft makers, giving them the opportunity to showcase their skills and exhibit their artisan products. There...

My first food memory? My mother’s tablet; condensed milk, sugar, butter & vanilla essence – hence all my fillings! Best local area for restaurants? Close to our shop in Dawson Street. Most recent enjoyable dining experience? Sollun, Nerja, Spain. Most visited restaurant? Etto. Favourite celebrity chef? JP...

 By Mark Keane From the former premises of the Yes Equality Dun Laoghaire headquarters, comes an aspiring new cafe serving organic and fair-trade coffee, called Curious Monkey Coffee Co. It’s the brainchild of Evan and Carai, two food loving baristas who felt George’s Street in Dun Laoghaire could do with some of...

by Manon Gustave If your find yourself wandering around Baggot Street this Christmas and your belly rumbles, it would be a mistake to pass by Tavern. This Restaurant, which is part of the Dylan Hotel is ruled by the young and talented Mark Bodie who is entering his second Christmas in the kitchens at Tavern....

My first food memory? I remember very vividly eating porridge every morning for essentially my entire childhood. EVERY morning… I must have enjoyed it because it was my first word after the usual “mama” and “dada.” I probably rebelled at some point but I enjoy a trip down memory lane with a bowl of Flahavans from...