Reviews

The Chophouse Review

The Chophouse Review

Often there’s no faster route to total satisfaction than a sudden surge of spontaneity and set out in search of a carnivore’s feast. To satisfy this urge and raise our weather dampened souls last...

Druids Glen Casts a Culinary Spell

Wicklow is classed as “the garden of Ireland” and is so rich in tourist hotspots  like Powerscourt, Glendalough and The Great Sugar Loaf to name but a few. So TheTastse decided to take a...

Samphire food survives rocky storms

We headed out to to Donabate on a seriously stormy night last Friday when most people were wrapped up at home , but we were determined to see what people enjoyed so much about...

An Intimate Evening at Brookwood Dublin

An Intimate Evening at Brookwood Dublin

After a busy Christmas and sick of Turkey and ham, we decided to try out Brookwood on Baggot St. Being a Monday night we weren’t expecting an amazing atmosphere, although you are without doubt...

The French Connection at la mére Zou

These days photos of food on twitter can be a powerful form of advertising helping restaurateurs draw new customers in, after seeing regular updates of tempting dishes from Head Chef David O’Byrne (@Daveyobyrne) we decided...

The Vintage Kitchen: nothing but quality

The Vintage Kitchen: nothing but quality

The Vintage Kitchen is one of Dublin’s smallest restaurants with the biggest punch. It opened up last year, a small operation tucked away on Poolbeg Street, near Trinity College. Within a few short months,...