Posts Tagged ‘Menupages’

Seapoint Restaurant is located in the salubrious surroundings of Monkstown, South County Dublin and is currently exhibiting eye-catching paintings from up and coming Dublin artist Pan. These giant canvases, representing famous personalities seem to be custom-made for Seapoint as the style is a perfect partner for this...

My first food memory? I spend a few childhood years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where I was exposed to a plethora of culinary experiences from around the globe. The stand out memory has to be going for brunch. Friday was the sabbath, and all of us ‘westerners’ would convene in our compound. I can remember how excited I...

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By Ciara Warnock Lying on the southern bank of Dublin’s River Liffey, the area known as Temple Bar is steeped in Irish history. Once destined to be a concrete bus depot, the indomitable spirit of Dublin locals fought to have this historic Dublin area rejuvenated, restored to life and so become Ireland’s premier...

Ingredients 1 large fennel bulb, base trimmed 1 tbsp butter, plus a knob 1 onion, finely chopped 1 garlic clove, finely chopped 140g risotto rice 175ml white wine 550ml hot vegetable stock zest 1 lemon 25g parmesan or vegetarian alternative, grated small handful cooked, peeled prawns per...

Recently opened on Wellington Quay, The Liquor Rooms is a haven for classic cocktail lovers boasting a selection of some of Dublin’s finest libations. Open seven nights a week ‘til very late. Whether you’re in the mood for getting giddy, looking for a cure-all concoction or simply a lazy tipple, the cocktail menu...

By Des Doyle Andrew Rudd, TV3 Chef and life-long foodie, has teamed up with Houseworks Chef Ruth Wassel, from Dublin’s leading kitchen showroom, to create a series of bespoke cookery evenings. Informative and fun, the classes, titled ‘Take the fear out of cooking’ are suitable for anyone who enjoys to cook. “Whether...

By Sorcha Tyndall Restaurateur, Businessman, Innovator. Marco Giannantonio is a jack-of-all-trades, having conquered the restaurant industry here in Dublin. The native Italian began studying law in Rome before making the move to Dublin to improve his English. Taken with the idea of bringing Italian food to Irish...

By James Albert The stress of being in the kitchen is something we all encounter at some time in our lives, for many it is burning the veg or overcooking a steak. These instances are when we learn that we wouldn’t be capable of hacking the heat at a more professional level. To succeed in this industry requires...

A hen party is a very important time in a lady’s life; it’s important to get everything right on the night in question, including the restaurant of choice. It’s usually a long day of fun and frolics, including plenty of cocktails or vino, so choose one of these hen party-friendly restaurants to line your stomachs in...