The establishment is located a few steps down into the cellar.
Open the door and the cold of Dublin's streets vanishes. The decor reminds you immediately of a refined and cosy reading lounge, while the rooms are in shades of brown and green that subtly evoke the Irish landscape. It is that passion for the land and attention to the sacredness of the changing seasons that gives form to the Michelin-starred cuisine. Vegetables, cheeses, and heathland game are brought together and showcased alongside pumpkin cream, while pheasant hen and Jerusalem artichoke sauce combine deliciously.
A network of small local producers supplies the restaurant. And there are pleasantly surprising local wines: Irish grapes are as tempestuous as the wild west coast of Ireland!
18-19 Parnell Square
+353 (0)1 873 2266
Menu: about 60 EUR