Trying different kitchens is a family habit. This time the modern Irish kitchen (Terroir based, i.e. almost every product sourced local). The look of the restaurant is very simple, nothing shoddy or overdone. Modern and efficient. Unfortunately, the wine card could not be tested due to driving.
We tried the "scallops, pea, lardo, broad bean" as started. That was absolutely heavenly.
For the main we had "duck, pudding, dandelion, broccoli" and "john dory, artichoke, mussels, monk’s beard". Quite surprising, knowing her disliking of black pudding, the partner enjoyed her duck to the last drop of sauce. And I really enjoyed the "john dory".
Serving of the dishes was all done with much pump and an extensive explanation of what we got and how it was done. Unfortunately, some of the explanation went lost in translation.
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