The much anticipated Charlotte Quay, officially opens this weekend (Saturday, 13th August) in a privileged waterfront location at Grand Canal Dock. The latest venture by Marc and Conor Bereen, Charlotte Quay will continue the reputation for great food and a welcoming atmosphere that has made such a success of its city centre sister restaurant ‘Coppinger Row’.
Charlotte Quay will open Monday to Friday from midday for lunch, dinner and drinks, and on the weekends it will feature a relaxed brunch menu from 11am through to dinner on Saturday nights (closed Sunday night).
The food is overseen by Head Chef Killian Durkan who has created a range of menus, continuing the Coppinger Row ethos of innovating on classic dishes with an international feel; at Coppinger Row the Mediterranean influence is the strongest, at Charlotte Quay the compass has moved slightly to the east.
Dishes include Crubeen cromisquis, tarragon €3, Dexter beef tartare, harissa, bulgar, sumac yoghurt, lavash €11 Lamb shoulder, couscous, prunes, za’atar, tzatziki €25 and Baked whole market fish, summer roots, olives, red chermoula €MP. Desserts include summer cherries, yoghurt, dark chocolate, pistachio €8 and Charred peach, fig, amaretto, vanilla ice cream €8.50.
Conor Bereen has created the interiors at Charlotte Quay, with many specially commissioned features and bespoke furniture and fixtures. Richly textured and tactile elements contrast with a smooth and sleek structure inspired by the light dappled water around two sides of the restaurant. Green Connemara marble, a high shine pewter bar, deep dark oak and glowing brass, set against polished concrete floors and floor to ceiling windows, create a cleverly detailed interior that complements rather than distracts from the ever changing view out over the water.
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