6 Amazing Dishes You Must Try at Dine in Dublin
What a fantastic night it was for the media launch of Dublin’s favourite food festival, Dine in Dublin. The launch took place in the Mansion House on Dawson Street. Guests arrived dressed to impress from 6.30pm. The night was all about the celebration of food, food and more food. Here are 6 beautiful dishes from some of the Dine in Dublin’s restaurant partners. Food never tasted so good!
Guests were welcomed into the round room with an iridescent ceiling of stars above their heads. The tables were set out with vases of beautifully lit candles and the famous menus laying out the mouth watering dishes of the night. The night was filled with a buzzing energy, laughter, prizes, amazing cocktails and fabulous food. Guests had the pleasure of tucking into a 6 course menu.
Chef Michael Collier | Zaragoza
South William Street, Dublin 2
The first dish was from Chef Michael Collier of Zaragoza on South William Street. Theses flavoursome Tapa de Queso de Cabra consisted of a Honey Glazed Spinach and Goat’s Cheese Filo with Apple Sauce and a Crispy Duck in Filo With Almonds and Cranberry Sauce.
Chef Richie Wilson | Fire Restaurant & Lounge
Dawson Street, Dublin 2
Next up was fresh Grilled Whole Indian Ocean Jumbo Shrimp Cooked Over our Char Grill, Served With Wilted Samphire, Tomato and Coriander Salsa Along With Twice Cooked Skinny Chilli Aioli Fries. This came from Chef Richie Wilson of Fire Restaurant & Lounge on Dawson Street.
Chef Temple Garner | San Lorenzo’s
South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2
Chef Temple Garner of San Lorenzo’s on South Great George’s Street served up a beautiful Porchetta, Slow Roast Gremolata Stuffed Pork Belly With Creamed Cavolo Nero, Apricot Agro-Dolce & Duck Fat Roasties.
Chef David Balfe | The Church
Jervis Street, Dublin 1
For the fourth course of the night Chef David Balfe of The Church on Jervis Street tantalised everyone’s taste buds with Higgins brisket of beef with herb and hazelnut crust and onion purée drizzled with slow roasted garlic jus.
Chef Neal Magee | 101 Talbot
Talbot Street, Dublin 1
Then there was the delicious Wicklow venison with lentil sweet potato and bacon cassoulet created by Chef Neal Magee of 101 Talbot on Talbot Street.
Chef Stephen Gibson | Pichet
Trinity Street, Dublin 2
The last course of the night and certainly the most anticipated was Flourless Chocolate Cake, Passion Fruit curd and Hazelnut Ice Cream & Coconut from Chef Stephen Gibson of Pichet on Trinity Street. Definitely worth waiting for!
Dine in Dublin will take place from Monday, 22nd February to Sunday, 28th February and will see over 65 of the biggest names in Dublin’s restaurant industry offer an incredible dining experience. Visit Dineindublin.ie for all things food in Dublin.