Michelin Starred Restaurant l’Ecrivain Doubled its Profits in 2016
As fine dining in Ireland is experiencing a boom, Michelin Starred restaurant l’Ecrivain has reported profits of €114,121 last year, a figure that doubles the previous year’s. The iconic venue, which celebrates its 28th anniversary this July, is owned and run by husband and wife team Derry Clarke and Sallyanne Clarke.
As reported by the Irish Independent, the opening of the Samsung Kitchen in 2015 represented a significant boost in business. The new private dining room increased the book value of tangible assets from €196,695 to €239,605.
The news of l’Ecrivain success come just days after Patrick Guilbaud reported its best year ever.
L’Ecrivain is celebrating its birthday with a special retro menu which brings back classic dishes featured on the menu over the years. The three course experience offers a taste of the evolution of this Dublin institution.
You can enjoy the magic of dinner at l’Ecrivain at very special price thanks to the exclusive experience featured on TheTaste.ie: savour a 3 Course Dinner for Two People for just €75 this July or this August.
Established by chef Derry Clarke and his wife Sallyanne over 27 years ago, l’Ecrivain restaurant on Baggot Street, Dublin 4 is still regarded as one of the country’s leading restaurants.
At l’Ecrivain seasonal Irish ingredients given full French gastronomic treatment, consistently delivering exciting cuisine and unforgettable dining experiences to both their loyal customers and first time diners, and all with personal service like no other.
More information: lecrivain.com