Posts Tagged ‘Temple bar’

With Dublin being such a hive of activity with offerings of everything from the weird to wonderful, it can be difficult to plan the perfect date with so much to choose from so we’ve put together a few ideas that might take the pressure off!   Take a cookery class Why not spice things up, pardon the pun by bringing your...

Roast Fillet of Clare Island Salmon, Poached Organic Hens Egg, Spring Pea and Citrus Cured Salmon Broth, Colcannon Gnocchi Ingredients Gnocchi 700g Dry Mashed Potatoes 150g Flour ½ tsp Salt 1 Small Beaten Egg 2 Spring Onions 100g Shredded Cooked Cabbage Sauce 400ml Fish Stock 50g Butter 50nl Cream Juice of Half a...

By Mark Keane Sammy the seal loves seafood and is willing to put up a fight to eat at his favourite seafood restaurant. We’ve come up with a list of the Top 10 Seafood Restaurants in Ireland where you can get your fish fix. Just watch out for Sammy!   Klaw All rights reserved Klaw, the love child of Rock Lobster, is...

By Mark Keane The Meeting House in Temple Bar has been offering something different into Dublin’s dining scene with their Burmese style dishes and world class cocktails. The team are injecting even more flair and creativity this month with the addition of a series of live music acts, keeping with their ethos of...

By Mark Keane 2016 is to be a seminal year for Ireland with the celebration of “Ireland 2016”, a centenary programme to remember and reflect on 1916, as well as re-imagining our future. The St. Patrick’s Festival from 17th-20th of March is an official partner for the event, and will be showcasing all that is great...

Words by Mark Keane & Photos by Manon Gustave Ireland has become iconic to the rest of the world to represent a land of the creative soul, a home to the musician, the artist and the storyteller. Producing such artistic talent means industries that have been adopted from overseas have thrived in this creative...

By Manon Gustave “Oh Come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant, come ye, oh co-o-o-me ye to… Dublin.” It is most definitely Christmas time, there is time to enjoy fun, family, snow ( for the lucky ones), presents … And especially food! The youngsters are looking forward to the Christmas morning with gifts under the...

By Manon Gustave For all beer lovers, The Porterhouse Brewing Company is a staple favourite offering a large range of beers made in the same factory. Here, no Carlsberg, Guinness or Heineken, all the products are signed “Porterhouse”, which has been the crowning success of the brand. However, it would be a mistake to...

 By James Albert The winds of change are certainly upon us, as the stuttering Summer slipped into the brief Autumn. Some may be tempted to batten down the hatches and brace for a long cold Winter. We think there is still plenty on offer to make it worth braving the blustering wind and driving rain. As you make up your...

My first food memory? My Granny’s Coffee and walnut cake.  She was a wonderful artist too, she did Illustrations for the Cuala press and a book of Poems by WB Yeats. She really influenced and encouraged me to go to art college as she went all the way back in the 1920s Best local area for restaurants? I live on the...