Michelin-Recommended Restaurant Has a Brand New Spacious City Centre Home

Creative bistro flare, Irish ingredients and sustainably produced wine

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Two years ago, we announced the arrival of a brand new neighbourhood restaurant in Dun Laoghaire.

Feast has been a resounding success, with it's imaginative menu attracting the attention of the Michelin Guide, which described dishes that "burst with colour and flavour" at the South Dublin eatery.

Now, Feast has a new and spacious home in the city centre - a 70-seater restaurant on Golden Lane, just minutes from both Aungier Street and South Great George’s Street on one side and the tourist trail between Dublin Castle and St Patrick’s Cathedral on the other.

The menu is international, eclectic fare using the freshest Irish ingredients - think a starter of Marinated beef tenderloin with fruit kimchi, black beans and rice crackers (€8.90) or main course of Crepinette de pork with escabeche of lightly smoked vegetables and crispy cabbage (€19).

Duck Breast at Feast

Duck breast, duck fat roasted parsnip, parsnip puree, orange, almond.

Pork Belly at Feast

Fried pork belly, pineapple, ham sauce, caramelised onion pancake

Drink offers include a choice of aperitivo (white port & tonic, or Aperol spritz) and a focused wine list with an interesting selection of largely European wines that offers good value alongside some rare wines.

New to the list is a selection of wines that have been produced with minimal intervention by committed wine-makers on sustainably farmed vineyards in France, Austria and Italy.

The restaurant will open for dinner from 5.30pm Wednesday to Sunday, offering an early evening set menu (€24/€28 for two/three courses) as well as bar bites and a full a la carte.

Considering the success of their Brunch menu in Dun Laoghaire, we'd imagine that will follow soon.

Find out more or book a table here.

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Megan Cassidy

Editor at Lovin Media Group. Lives in Dublin. (Dies in Dublin on Sundays.) Undiscovered influencer. Email megan@lovin.com

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