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Here Are The Irish Restaurants That Have Been Awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand For 2019

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It’s that time of the year again and The Michelin Guide has revealed which Irish restaurants have been awarded a Bib Gourmand for 2019.

With four new additions in the Republic of Ireland and one new addition in Northern Ireland, these are definitely venues you need to add to your foodie bucket list for the next year.

Brownes, Tuam, Galway

“The ingredients write the great value modern daily menu at Brownes in Tuam, which is awarded a Bib. It’s a sweet place run by a husband and wife and has been in the family for 3 generations.”

Read our review here.

Clanbrassil House, Dublin

“A BG goes to the intimate Clanbrassil House, Dublin, where you can also share dishes ‘family-style’. Menus focus on the charcoal grill, with everything from homemade sausages to prime cuts.”

Read our review here.

Tartare, Galway

“Simplicity is the key at Tartare, Galway, where delicious small plates feature top seasonal ingredients. It’s snug, intimate and endearing, and earns itself a BG.”

Read our review here.

Dillon’s Restaurant, Timoleague, Cork

“A former pub-cum-grocer’s with a homely feel, Dillon’s in Timoleague gains a Bib. Flavoursome dishes are eye-catching in looks and make good use of local ingredients – some from their garden.”

Clenaghans Restaurant, Aghalee, Northern Ireland

“Clenaghans, Aghalee, receives a BG for its skilfully prepared, appealingly unfussy, rustic dishes which are packed with flavour. It’s charming, characterful and run by a lovely team.”

Read our review here.

Retained Bib Gourmand

– 1826, Adare, Limerick
– The Courthouse, Monaghan
– Sha Roe Bistro, Carlow
– The Chart House, Dingle
– Morrisseys, Doonbeg, Clare
– Bastible, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
– Delahunt, Dublin 2
– Etto, Dubin 2
– Pichet, Dublin 2
– Pig’s Ear, Dublin 2
– Richmond, Richmond Street, Dublin 2
– The Pigeon House, Clontarf, Dublin
– Forest & Marcy, Leeson Street, Dublin 2
– Craft, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6
– Aldridge Lodge, Wexford
– The Copper Hen, Tramore, Waterford
– Kai, Galway
– Giovannelli, Kerry
– Bastion, Kinsale, Cork
– Two Cooks, Sallins, Kildare
– Noble, Holywood, Belfast
– Bar + Grill at James Street South, Belfast
– Deanes at Queens, Belfast
– Home, Belfast
– Fontana, Down
– Wine and Brine, Moira, Armagh

Stay tuned for the announcement of this year’s Michelin stars, which will be announced on Monday, October 1st. For more information about The Michelin Guide, visit michelin.com.

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