Foodies of Dublin, you're in for a real treat this summer. Not only do we have gorge events such as Taste of Dublin to look forward to, one of the trendiest restaurants in town is now launching a new dining experience.
We wrote about Glovers Alley before it opened at the start of the year (READ: Glovers Alley Is The Hottest Restaurant In Dublin – And It Hasn't Even Opened Yet) and it looks like Andy McFadden and his team are pushing the boat out beyond just serving food.
Andy is opening up his restaurant kitchen at St Stephen’s Green to food enthusiasts from Friday the 6th of July when his new interactive Glovers Alley Kitchen Experience will kick off.
What exactly is a "kitchen experience", we hear you ask? It sounds pretty slick.
The Glovers Alley Kitchen Experience will begin with a talk by Andy. He will then bring the participants into the kitchen where they will make a batch of signature Glovers Alley bread to take home.
Next, they will get to watch Andy and his team of chefs in action as they demonstrate the intricate skills and techniques they apply to butchering meat, preparing fish and creating refined desserts. The participants will also get to interact with and assist the professional kitchen team as they prepare for that day’s lunch and dinner service.
Throughout the morning Andy and the team will prepare various dishes for participants to taste.
At 12 noon, participants will swap the kitchen for the chic and sumptuous dining room in Glovers Alley, where they will sip a glass of Champagne before enjoying a specially created four-course lunch menu with paired wines prepared by Andy and his team.
To finish, participants will receive an Andy McFadden at Glovers Alley goodie bag to take home.
The three-hour experience and four-course lunch with paired wines is priced at €145 per person, and if you’d like to bring a guest along for lunch, a dining-only option is available for an additional €95 per person.