We took our daughter and son-in-law for a meal in this restaurant and were mightily impressed with just about everything about it. It is in a beautiful building on St. Stephen's green,probably dating to the mid-eighteenth century. A lovely staircase led up to the small room where we were eating. A delicious amuse bouche was followed by some very good starters- Dublin Bay prawns, scallops and salmon. Not cheap, but beautifully presented and a real treat. Main courses were monkfish, duck , wild turbot (sensational!). There was an unusual but excellent pre-dessert. Three desserts, teas and Irish coffee plus a bottle of Premier Cru Chablis took the bill to €352 before service. A very similar price (per head, that is- though we drank a much better wine in Forty One) to that of the famous Colombe D'Or in St Paul de Vence where my wife and I had lunch the previous week- but a hundred times better that Colombe D'Or's food. This was a lovely experience- and I liked the touch of telling you what each dish is, since you always forget what all the little bits and pieces are . A serious restaurant that is really well worth a visit.
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